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Christmas Island National Park

The Australian National Botanic Gardens cares for the national collection of Australian native plants. - See more at:

Doug Brown meets a local robber crab. Christmas Island's famous robber crabs are the world’s largest terrestrial invertebrate.

Tom North (left) teaches Roslan Sani and Adijah Bingham the float test, to determine seed viability on Christmas Island

Planting seeds of knowledge on Christmas Island

Joe McAuliffe (right) demonstrates nursery techniques

Booby chick | Christmas Island National Park

Booby chick | Christmas Island National Park

Christmas Island - Whale shark

Red Crab Migration, Christmas Island, Australia.. if you've never been... go... make sure you go to cocos as well... cocos is the pick...direction island is paradise

Tiny hatched red crabs on Christmas Island in Australia.

Real Monstrosities: Christmas Island Red Crab- babies

Christmas Island Australia

3-Making it onto CNN Travel’s recent list of the “10 most spectacular wildlife migrations,” the island’s annual red crab migration is an astounding event that involves the movement of millions of vividly colored crabs as they leave their in-land homes to breed and release eggs into the sea.

Red crab migration | Christmas Island National Park - crabs climb down cliff to reach the sea.

Baby crabs coming soon...

Dolly Beach, Christmas Island

Diving at Flying Fish Cove, Christmas Island - March 2012

Christmas Island National Park -- Green sea turtle hatchling emerges

Christmas Island National Park - Baby red crabs emerging from the ocean

Christmas Island flora collecting for the ANBG and Australian National Herbarium