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Gosse Bluff a meteorite crater created by a massive cosmic impac Featured Michael Maconachie Print

Gosse Bluff a meteorite crater created by a massive cosmic impac

Gosse Bluff a meteorite crater created by a massive cosmic impact about 130 million years ago. a meteorite crater from a massive cosmic impact about 130 million years ago. The ramparts 250 m high and inner crater 4 km wide are the base of a rebound 'splash' that formed far below the vaporisation chamber and remained frozen underground until gradually revealed by erosion. Tnorala Conservation Reserve, Missionary Plain, Northern Territory, Australia

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Desert bloodwood (Corymbia opaca) Featured Michael Maconachie Print

Desert bloodwood (Corymbia opaca)

Desert bloodwood (Corymbia opaca), named for the blood-red sap it exudes, used by Aboriginal people as bush medicine and also as a tanning agent. The roots store water. Kata Tjuta, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

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Aboriginal Australian Food Plant, Aboriginal Australian Medicinal Plant, Australian, Bloodwood, Bush Coconuts, Bush Tucker, Corymbia, Corymbia Terminalis, Desert Plant, Endemic To Australia, Eucalypt, Eucalyptus Tree, Gum Tree, Gumtree, Kata Tjuta, Kino Medicine, Myrtaceae, Myrtales, Native, Plant, Plants In The Wild, Roots Water Storage, Tree, Two Plants, World Heritage Area

False garden mantis (Pseudomantis albofimbriata) Featured Michael Maconachie Print

False garden mantis (Pseudomantis albofimbriata)

False garden mantis (Pseudomantis albofimbriata), mating in suburban garden with the smaller male on top of the female. Males are smaller than females and the short winged females are unable to fly, unlike the longer winged males. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

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Animal, Australian, Biology, Camouflage, Colourful, Copulation, Deception, Disguise, Fauna, Female Animal, Green, Insect, Insecta, Male Animal, Male Long Winged, Mantid, Mantidae, Mantids, Mantises, Mantodea, One Animal, Praying Mantis, Predator, Pseudomantis, Raptorial, Reproduction, Side View, Upside Down, Urban Wildlife, Vibrant Colour, Wildlife, Wingless Female