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Today we’re voyaging over to our friends at Science Space Wollongong with Virtual Science Space – Science at Home!...

Our mystery animal is the Spotted-tailed Quoll, also known as the Tiger Quoll! The scientific name of this animal is Dasyurus maculatus....

It’s what animal am I Wednesday and this week’s guest is a very special part of our Natural History Museum collection. Let’s see what he has to say:...

Here’s another of our friends we would like to introduce you to. Owdelle, our sound expert, recently took a break from performing in our Sound Factor show to visit her relatives in the UNE Natural History Museum....

Do different shaped leaves have different jobs? We decided to ask Dr. Boyd Wright, a plant ecologist here at UNE, to answer our curious questions. ...

Have you noticed winged ants around just before it rains? We have! Dr Kirsti Abbott explains a little about nuptial flights in her backyard.....

JOIN Australia's original pollinator citizen science project between 12-19 of April to help Dr Manu Saunders from UNE count wild pollinators in your local environment and help build a database on wild pollinator activity....

HEY PARENTS! Our friend Teacher Tom, a preschool teacher, blogger, artist, speaker and author, works with business and other institutions to help make high-quality, play-based preschool education a possibility for children everywhere....