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Queensland lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri)
Queensland lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri)
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Terns (Sterna spp.)
Terns (Sterna spp.)
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Aerial view of Mount Narryer
Aerial view of Mount Narryer
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Bubbles produced by cyanobacteria in a coastal spring
Bubbles produced by cyanobacteria in a coastal spring
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Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia
Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia
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Fossil stromatolites
Fossil stromatolites
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Spiny leaf insect (Extatosoma tiaratum)
Spiny leaf insect (Extatosoma tiaratum)
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Summer storm over Kata Tjuta
Summer storm over Kata Tjuta
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Joffre Gorge: ironstone
Joffre Gorge: ironstone
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Glacial dropstone
Glacial dropstone
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Broad-toothed rat (Mastacomys fuscus)
Broad-toothed rat (Mastacomys fuscus)
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A human brain
A human brain
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Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia Featured Print

Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia

Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia. Dated by the decay of their uranium content as being older than 4.1 billion years these are among the oldest fragments of Earthly material ever found. Australia alone has material of this age and it all comes from a thin strip of primordial crust beside the western edge of Western Australia from Mount Narryer, to beyond Greenbushes in the south-west corner of the State. This strip of ancient crust is known as the Western Gneiss Terrain (NOT terrane'). The crystals glow here with bands of polarised light that display the onion-like layering of the silica forming them. The circular depression near the centre of the central crystal (top left) is a pit formed by ionised particles fired at the dust-sized zircon crystal during the dating process. (A crystal recently extracted from the Western Gneiss Terrain at nearby Jack Hills has yielded a date of almost 4.4 billion years.). Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

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A human brain
A human brain
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Barron Falls
Barron Falls
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Barking spider (Selenocosmia stirlingi)
Barking spider (Selenocosmia stirlingi)
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Aboriginal stone-tool factory site
Aboriginal stone-tool factory site
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Aboriginal stone-tool factory site
Aboriginal stone-tool factory site
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Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter - Gwion Gwion rock art
Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter - Gwion Gwion rock art
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Wave-cut rock platform
Wave-cut rock platform
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Tasmanian waratah (Telopea truncata)
Tasmanian waratah (Telopea truncata)
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Sand islands at the edge of Talbot Bay
Sand islands at the edge of Talbot Bay
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View north-east towards Sugarloaf Point
View north-east towards Sugarloaf Point
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Fossil stromatolites
Fossil stromatolites
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Pyungoorup Peak, 447 m
Pyungoorup Peak, 447 m
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Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter - Gwion Gwion rock art Featured Print

Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter - Gwion Gwion rock art

Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter - Gwion Gwion rock art (formerly called Bradshaw). These dynamic line figures wearing ornaments and headdresses and carrying boomerangs and other weapons are believed to be the oldest figurative art in Australia. Some of the rock art in north-western Australia has yielded a minimum age in excess of 20 000 years. It is by far the oldest human art in the southern hemisphere and may be among the most ancient in the world. In this category are ant-like charcoal paintings now known as Gwion Gwion figures, like this one sealed by a silica desert varnish into the walls of a rock shelter. Modern Aborigines disclaim authorship of such art and say that it was done by Dreamtime spirits. Manning Gorge, Kimberley region, Western Australia

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Rippled sandstone in Jim Jim Gorge
Rippled sandstone in Jim Jim Gorge
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Granite coastline
Granite coastline
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Recherche Archipelago
Recherche Archipelago
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Eroded lava pillows
Eroded lava pillows
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Pasture land
Pasture land
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Desertification due to cattle
Desertification due to cattle
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The Monitor-Lizard-Dreaming place, according to Aboriginal legend
The Monitor-Lizard-Dreaming place, according to Aboriginal legend
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Star trails over Kata Tjuta
Star trails over Kata Tjuta
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Summer storm over Kata Tjuta
Summer storm over Kata Tjuta
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Joffre Gorge
Joffre Gorge
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Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite
Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite
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Glacial grooves
Glacial grooves
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Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite Featured Print

Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite

Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite. This dolomite is almost 2.6 billion years old, and probably represents the biological fallout from a mass extinction of marine bacteria. Unaccustomed to the dangerous presence of free oxygen most primordial bacteria failed to survive in the rising levels of their own oxygen waste that is signalled by the oxidised ironstone lying both above and below the dolomite. Hamersley Gorge, Karijini National Park, Western Australia

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Federation Peak, 1224 m, from the air
Federation Peak, 1224 m, from the air
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One of a set of deep erosion gullies
One of a set of deep erosion gullies
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Algal-bacterial bloom
Algal-bacterial bloom
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Barron Falls
Barron Falls
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Barron Falls
Barron Falls
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Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter, Gwion Gwion rock art (formerly called Bradshaw
Aboriginal cave paintings in rock shelter, Gwion Gwion rock art (formerly called Bradshaw
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Pernettya (Pernettya tasmanica)
Pernettya (Pernettya tasmanica)
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Tasmanian waratah (Telopea truncata)
Tasmanian waratah (Telopea truncata)
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Tide-race or horizontal waterfall
Tide-race or horizontal waterfall
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Pasture
Pasture
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Murray Islands
Murray Islands
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Petroglyph on greenstone (granite of Archaean age)
Petroglyph on greenstone (granite of Archaean age)
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