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Giant octopus suffocates a dolphin that tries to eat it

giant octopus suffocates a dolphin that tries to eat it
The Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin, named 'Gilligan', was found dead on Stratham Beach near the port city of Bunbury in Western Australia, with an octopus tentacle hanging out of its mouth.
MailOnline

SOS mystery in remote Western Australia stumps police

sos mystery in remote western australia stumps police
A distress signal spotted in a remote region prompts fears that someone could be missing.
BBC News

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News video: Clouds Pass Under Swirling Galaxy in Gorgeous Pilbara Timelapse

Clouds Pass Under Swirling Galaxy in Gorgeous Pilbara Timelapse 00:42

A photographer captured this beautiful nighttime timelapse on May 19 from the dry and arid red landscapes of Pilbara, Western Australia.
Source: Rumble -

News video: Australian Authorities Seek Information About Mysterious SOS Sign

Australian Authorities Seek Information About Mysterious SOS Sign 00:42

Australian authorities are seeking information about a mysterious SOS sign recently spotted in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Source: Geo Beats -

News video: Giant Crocodile Scares Fishermen in Western Australia

Giant Crocodile Scares Fishermen in Western Australia 00:30

Two fishermen were scared off by a giant crocodile in Kununurra, Western Australia, on May 21. Matt Cox and his friend were out fishing for barramundi in the Ord River when they decided to..
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News video: Mystery SOS Sign Confuses Police In Australian Outback

Mystery SOS Sign Confuses Police In Australian Outback 00:37

A mystery SOS sign in a remote part of Australia has confused police after a search found no evidence of "recent human activity" in the area. The large sign, made of rocks, was spotted recently by a..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Dolphin's Attempt To Eat A Large Octopus Ends Badly

Dolphin's Attempt To Eat A Large Octopus Ends Badly 01:05

A bottlenose dolphin in Western Australia hoping to enjoy a hearty meal inadvertently wound up eating its last one.
Source: Geo Beats -

 

Monster croc pursues tiny Western Australian fishing boat

monster croc pursues tiny western australian fishing boat
A group of fishermen have had the fright of their lives when a huge five-metre crocodile set off in pursuit of their small fishing boat on the River Ord in Western Australia.
MailOnline

Wedge-tailed eagle captured swooping on drone

wedge-tailed eagle captured swooping on drone
The wedge-tailed eagle sent the drone crashing to the ground at a farm in Western Australia.
BBC News

SOS distress symbol spotted in remote Western Australia

sos distress symbol spotted in remote western australia
An 'SOS' symbol (pictured) that was spotted by a pilot on a remote beach in Western Australia, has caused police to launch a search operation to determine if anyone is missing nearby.
MailOnline

Seed beetles have brutal sex in 'sexual arms race'

seed beetles have brutal sex in 'sexual arms race'
The seed beetle's weapon is so effective the species has spread to almost every continent and their penises are evolving to get more fierce, found a study by the University of Western Australia.
MailOnline

Touchstone shareholders ignore board's rebuttal of IP Group bid

touchstone shareholders ignore board's rebuttal of ip group bid
Major shareholders in Touchstone Innovations, a tech incubator, have taken up IP Group on its £500m offer after it was rebuffed by the business's board earlier today. IP Group approached the..
City A.M.

Plants can hear using tiny vibrations to find water

plants can hear using tiny vibrations to find water
Biologists from the University of Western Australia found pea roots use sound waves to detect water when it is far away which means they able find water in the driest of climates (stock image).
MailOnline

Two doctors set rowing world record

TWO British doctors who set sail from Western Australia to row across the Indian Ocean have set a new world record for their crossing time.
The Argus

Australian poultry firm Inghams invests in production

Australia-based poultry firm Inghams Group said today (15 May) it will invest more than AUD70m (US$52m) in expanding its operations in the state of Western Australia, including building a new hatchery..
Just-Food

Oldest evidence of life on Earth is found

oldest evidence of life on earth is found
Fossil evidence of early life discovered in 3.48-billion-year-old hot spring deposits in the Pilbara of Western Australia suggests that similar life could have once lived in Mars's ancient hot springs.
MailOnline

Oldest land-based fossils ever discovered suggest Charles Darwin was right about the origin of life

'The discovery of potential biological signatures in these ancient hot springs in Western Australia ... may lend weight to a land-based origin of life'
Independent

Mother reveals her five month old son lost cancer battle

mother reveals her five month old son lost cancer battle
Mother Sheryl Blanksby, from Western Australia, recorded her toddler son William talking about the death of his five month old brother, Thomas, in a heart-wrenching video.
MailOnline

Great white shark circles boat in Busselton, WA

great white shark circles boat in busselton, wa
A father-and-son duo have captured the petrifying moment a giant five-metre great white shark swam ominous circles around their fishing boat off the coast of Busselton in Western Australia.
MailOnline


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