Nicky Phillips reports on the plants and animals that have flourished in Sydney's concrete jungle since European settlement.
Columbus (01) prefers Mosman, while Pina Colada (05) is a regular on the balconies of Potts Point. A true north shore type, Burt (09), has never been spotted south of the bridge.
They are the tiniest of creatures but a team of international scientists plan to cross an ocean to study them.
Thousands of people have bought into the debate about the treatment of sharks in WA, sparked by an angry Facebook post that attracted more than 23,000 "Likes".
For most people, being bitten by a carnivorous marsupial before breakfast is not the best start to the day. But for ecologist Jim Radford, when a feisty stripe-faced dunnart latches onto a finger, it signals all is well.
Brushing an infant's teeth can be a challenge, but it's nothing compared with tending the fangs of a small bear.
Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary has released a tagged turtle who swims with only three flippers, after 20 months of rehabilitation.
Bear paws, turtle soup and live monkey's brains, Jerrie Demasi spent five days in Cambodia experiencing the murky world of the illegal wildlife trade.
Jerrie Demasi spent five days in Cambodia and found that just like the drug trade, wildlife trafficking is big, big business.
Trapped and hurting from numerous fractures through his ageing body, a defiant Herbert Schutz survived four days in the elements by bunking down with his loyal kelpie, Boydy, to fight off the cold.