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Factsheets: White-bellied Sea-Eagle
... J. Gould and E. Gould; Lithographer: E. Gould. White-bellied Sea-eagle. Photo: F Kristo/Nature Focus © Australian Museum. Haliaeetus leucogaster ...
Solomon Islands, 1998 - Biocellate Wrasse, Halichoeres biocellata
This 3cm long juvenile Biocellate Wrasse, Halichoeres biocellata has two distinctive ocelli (ringed spots) in the dorsal fin, hence the species name.
Pastel-green Wrasse, Halichoeres chloropterus
The Pastel-green Wrasse can be recognised by its colouration. Females are pale green above and pale below. They have small dark spots on the sides of the ...
Earthworms belong to a large phylum, the Annelida, or segmented worms. They belong to the Class Oligochaeta. This name means 'few bristles' and refers to ...
Geoscience - The Earth - Earth in its Surroundings - The Solar System
The Solar System is dominated by the sun and the nine planets that orbit around it. The planets consist of (in increasing distance from the Sun) Mercury, ...
Palaeontology - Fossil and Dinosaur links
Mar 6, 2002 ... The Australian Museum has many fossils on display in the More Than Dinosaurs ... ...
Pacific Spookfish, Rhinochimaera pacifica
The Pacific Spookfish has a long, flexible snout, small eyes and smooth tooth plates. It has two dorsal fins, the first is short-based and tall with a ...
^Pacific Spookfish, Rhinochimaera pacifica
Pacific Spookfish, Rhinochimaera pacifica, Chaetodon ulietensis, large image.
The earwig lifecycle is an incomplete metamorphosis. This means that when the nymphs (or larvae) hatch from eggs they resemble the adult form. ...
Platypus - Evolution and Conservation
Four species related to Platypus have been found in fossil deposits from Australia, including a complete skull of Obdurodon dicksoni and an opalised jaw ...
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