description of how the Eastern water dragon has changed its appearance and behaviours to suit the urban environment
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This program brings together 15 ordinary Australians to take part in a revealing scientific experiment - to see if practicing mindfulness can help treat conditions like chronic pain, anxiety and stress that affect millions of us.
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We move from the continent's snow-covered peaks to its ancient rainforests and tropical savannahs, discovering how it is animals have learnt to thrive across the continent's harsh and beautiful extremes.
We relate the destinies of animals that stroll through town in search of food, love and adventures, while men go about their daily lives.
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Ten years after Black Saturday, the traumatised survivors reveal how they found the strength to recover from the worst bushfire disaster in Australian history.
In the first of two episodes, host Paul West challenges four families to successfully keep a honeybee hive, bringing these Australians up close to the science about bee communication and behaviour.
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