Tree Lobsters of Lord Howe Island: The uplifting survival story of an insect species thought to be extinct for 80 years

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The South Pacific Ocean harbours a magnificent natural structure. Jutting out of the waters like a lone castle is the Ball’s Pyramid; the remnants of an old volcano off the Australian coast.  Named after British naval officer who discovered it in 1788, Ball’s Pyramid is astonishingly narrow and high, like a fingernail barely scraping the …
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Tree Lobsters of Lord Howe Island: The uplifting survival story of an insect species thought to be extinct for 80 years

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