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Papua New Guinea: 1/2 of 2

Survival of world's largest butterfly no longer dependent on a wing and a prayer

Brendan Montague

27th September, 2017

The Queen Alexandra's Birdwing - or Ornithoptera alexandrae - is the world's largest and most spectacular butterfly. But it is under threat from encroaching agriculture and logging. BRENDAN MONTAGUE reports on a new initiative designed to save the beautiful insect from extinction more...

Dan Box Blog: Keeping an eye out

Dan Box

19th March, 2009

Where the wild things are... Planning his trip to the Carterets Islands, Dan Box wonders what he'll encounter while in transit on Papua New Guinea more...

Papua New Guinea: 1/2 of 2

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