Latest Conservation in Australia Stories
For the first time ever, koalas in some parts of Australia have been listed as a threatened species by the Australian government.
As global warming threatens many animal species with extinction, the already destructive cane toad is set to flourish with increasing temperature, say Australian scientists.
Ecologists in Australia have successfully trained a critically endangered marsupial â€“ the northern quoll â€“ to turn its nose up at toxic cane toads.
Australians have discovered a new weapon in the fight against the dreaded cane toad problem plaguing the country: cat food.
Conservationists are working to get Australiaâ€™s koalas on the endangered species list, saying the beloved marsupial could be extinct in 30 years.
Researchers sent out a warning on Thursday that the koala bear will become extinct in parts of Australia if the federal government does not immediately act.
Researchers believe a bad back might be the only thing that can stop the relentless spread of Australia's poisonous cane toads, which are killing native animals across the nation.
Cane toads in Australia have developed longer legs to enable them to invade more territory, scientists said on Wednesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Poisonous and ugly, Australia's cane toads are also suckers for nightlife. Researchers looking for ways to eradicate the toxic toads, introduced from Hawaii in 1935 and now an environmental menace, have found a way to trap them using ultra-violet "disco" lights.