A bottom-dwelling fish species demonstrates touch-sensitivity to both pressure and motion.
Specialized jaw bones helped it open really wide for incoming food.
If a gorilla, dog, fish, cat or bird could control the radio dial, which music would it select? Research has the answers.
Oregon’s Diamond Lake is preparing to fight a kind of lake war II with a fish that almost destroyed the body of water just nine years ago.
The impish little Devils Hole pupfish has pulled a fast one -- evolutionarily speaking.
Sharks in key oceanic zones have less and less room free of fishing vessels, a new study finds.
The same toxins that wreak havoc along the coasts may be inside your home already. Continue reading →
A 5-foot-long blacktip was found floundering in the water, left there by two strangers.
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