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A pair of Magpie-larks in duet
01
Jun
2007
Paired female and male Australian magpie-larks, Grallina cyanoleuca, can sing alone or in duets in which individuals alternate notes. The responding bird times its notes with split-second accuracy, so that most duets have almost perfect rhythm and avoid any overlap of notes.
02
May
2007
Congratulations to Cris Brack and Rob Magrath on winning two of the seven Vice-Chancellor's teaching awards for Semester 2, 2006.
A male koala on Phillip Island. Photo: Dr. Ben Moore
26
May
2005
The way that koalas in the wild distinguish between thousands of types of potentially nauseating tree leaves when eating has been revealed by ANU researchers.

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