Australia was the last continent to form, the smallest of the seven.
The wetlands and rainforests of Australia are ecosystems that hold links to the continent's ancient past. Lush green ranges allow life forms to flourish unhindered, while rainforests create prime real estate for a convergence of species.
Almost a fifth of Australia is covered in dry forest, colloquially termed `the bush', concentrated mostly along the east coast, with small pockets in the southwest and northern extremities of the country.
As a freestanding continent, Australia is surrounded by two major oceans and five seas. Along the 22,000 miles of coastline, the animals that thrive in this liminal space have weird and wonderful rituals to adjust and battle for supremacy.
An insight into the Coral Triangle, with more than three quarters of the planet's coral species, and both the world's smallest and largest fish.
An exploration of the Coral Triangle's bays, lined with volcanic ash and mud, with their strange marine adaptions.
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