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Our research informs Australian wildlife conservation and helps to protect biodiversity.
Our research uncovered clues as to how different populations of the crimson rosella are related to each other. This helps us understand the effect of long-term environmental changes on our wildlife, so that we can predict its future.
Genetic research undertaken with the New Mexico State University in the United States has helped scientists better understand how Australian birds evolved.
Our research led to the discovery of a new species of goanna in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia.
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