Deborah Smith WHICH little crocodiles will grow quickly and have the finest skin fit to be turned into handbags and shoes?
Lindsay Murdoch DARWIN AS RESIDENTS began cleaning up yesterday after the most severe storm in a decade, authorities warned people to stay out of flooded waterways.
A brazen bird snatched a video camera that was recording crocodiles in northwest Australia and captured fascinating footage of its 110-kilometre journey across the country's remote landscape.
Nicky Phillips ''Come on, take off your clothes and get in.'' Scientist Arthur White is neck-deep in a murky creek about 200 kilometres north of Mount Isa, making me an offer I'd rather refuse.
Rory Callinan One morning at a remote ranger station in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, staff made a gruesome discovery.
A massive operation to round up thousands of escaped crocodiles has intensified in flood-soaked South Africa.
Anne Tarasov Mostly pigment-free saltwater crocodile described as 'doubly lucky' for having survived at all.
Anne Tarasov AS RARE as the gemstone it was named after, mostly pigment-free saltwater crocodile Pearl has been described as ''doubly lucky'' for having survived at all.
David Wroe NSW has warned there are still major hurdles to be overcome before an agreement can be reached to save the ailing Murray-Darling river system, as the clock ticks down on finalising a deal this year.
A Darwin woman was in no mood to be neighbourly when a visitor from up the road dropped by.
A tropical storm lurking in the Gulf of Carpentaria could redevelop into a cyclone and cross Queensland's north.
A crocodile has bitten a woman on the leg while she was swimming at a remote bay in Western Australia's Kimberley region.
Federal government agrees to rethink ban on killing crocodiles in the Northern Territory.
Guinness World Records has declared that a huge crocodile blamed for deadly attacks in the southern Philippines is the largest in captivity in the world.
Rachel Olding Waiting silently in murky water, alligators are mysterious, fearsome creatures.
'No one is allowed to sleep until we find it.'' Ecologist Dr James Smith is half joking but the force of his voice suggests he is determined, even a bit desperate.
Lindsay Murdoch Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke has a June 30 deadline to decide whether to declare almost 20 million hectares of west Kimberley heritage listed following a recommendation from the Australian...
Bridie Smith When radio transmitters surgically inserted into wild tree frogs started appearing on the ground without explanation, scientists had a puzzle on their hands.
It was a year of living dangerously - 12 months working and diving with marine biologists, exploring the complexities of the Great Barrier Reef. James Woodford tells his story.
The Governor of Bangkok has issued a dramatic warning to residents of the Thai capital to prepare for floodwaters to roll deeper into the city from suburban areas already choking under the deluge.