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Delve into this audio guide of Wild Planet and learn about extraordinary animal adaptations and the importance of preserving Australia's biodiversity so we can enjoy the incredible diversity of life on earth.
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Welcome to Wild Planet
In Wild Planet you will learn about the diversity of life on planet Earth, and how Earth’s millions of species are all unique but connected through evolution.
Sperm Whale skeleton
This enormous Sperm Whale skeleton was first displayed in 1883 and was the largest Sperm Whale exhibited worldwide.
The Black Rhinoceros is one of the most iconic and unique animals from Africa.
The Thorny Devil is a native Australian lizard that has developed remarkable adaptations to desert life.
As the tallest living animal in the world, the Giraffe's immense height has resulted in some extraordinary adaptations.
Native to Australia, Echidnas, along with the Platypus, are the only monotremes or or egg-laying mammals in the world.
The Dodo was a flightless bird and perhaps one of the world's most famous extinct animals.
The Tasmanian Tiger was Australia’s largest marsupial carnivore and was closely related to wombats, koalas and kangaroos.
The bizarre-looking Aye-aye is a highly distinctive, nocturnal lemur belonging to a group of primates only found on the island of Madagascar.
The Tree of Life diagram
The Tree of Life is a valuable tool which gives us great insight into Earth's biodiversity and used to assess conservation priorities.
Pangolins are unique scale armoured nocturnal mammals that feed exclusively on ants and termites.
Gorillas are the largest of all primates and live in dense forests in western and central tropical Africa.
Giant Tasmanian Crab
The Giant Tasmanian Crab, found in the waters of Southern Australia, is Australia's largest crustacean.
The American Bison is the largest land animal in North America and once roamed the continent in millions.
This elephant skeleton belonged to an Asian Elephant called Jumbo and was a present from King Chulalongkorn of Siam.
The Brown Bear is an apex predator found across Eurasia and North America.
Cabinet of birds
This collection includes Birds of Paradise that are found mostly on the east coast of Australia and in Papua New Guinea.
Case of monkeys
There are over 250 different monkey species with numerous adaptations that help them thrive in different environments.
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