The torrential rain in Central Australia drew sheep and frogs to call. Updated on 22 January 2014, 16:21 AEST. Compiled by: Li Weiguo. Editor: Fang Teng. If you heard a recent night near Alice Springs in the central Australian desert, share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest liked: Likes are loading...
Western Australia’s Rare Animals Gathering to Get Out of the Summer Update on 23 January 2014, 12:28 AEST Compilation: Li Weiguo Editor: Fang Teng Western Australia's Shark Bay (Shark Bay) area attracts different people. Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedInTumblrPinterest Liked : Like loading.........
Australian railway workers were surprised to find crocodiles when they were working. Published 21 January 2014, 7:23 AEST. Compiler: Li Weiguo. Editor: Fang Teng Australian railway workers found two crocodiles during track repair work. This triggered sharing this article: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes Over: Like loading...
Australia's funding of new smart agriculture technology is released on 17 January 2014, 12:10 AEST. Compiler: Fan Huiqiang. Editor: Ma Jianyuan The Australian government has allocated more than one million Australian dollars to fund farmers who try new technologies. Share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
Australia's first census of the number of dolphins in the Derwent River was released on 17 January 2014, 14:48 AEST. Compiled by: Fan Huiqiang. Editor: Fang Teng Australian researchers are examining whether the apparent increase in the number of dolphins in the Derwent River in Hobart is related to this river. Health status share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
Jellyfish cause problems for Australian tourism. Published on 19 January 2014, 17:17 AEST. Compiled by Huiqiang Fan. Editor: Fang Teng, a jellyfish called Irukangji, is still moving south along the coast of Queensland, Australia, giving Australia’s tourism industry And share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedIn TumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...
The number of crabs in Shaker Bay in Western Australia is increasing. Published on 16 January 2014, 11:27 AEST. Compiled by Huiqiang Fan. Editor: Penning. News from Shaker Bay in Western Australia said that the number of blue crabs there has begun to share this article: FacebookTwitter LinkedInTumblrPinterest Likes: Likes are loading...

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