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About 500,000 Australian species are undiscovered – and scientists are on a 25-year mission to finish the job

By Kevin Thiele, Adjunct Assoc. Professor, The University of Western Australia
Jane Melville, Senior Curator, Terrestrial Vertebrates, Museums Victoria
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After more than 300 years of effort, scientists have documented fewer than one-third of Australia's species. The remaining 70% are unknown, and essentially invisible, to science.

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