Cute little seahorses are DEATH MACHINES! Anthony shares new research into how this adorable super killer does its deadly work.
Even though seahorses are some of the slowest swimmers, they can catch fast-swimming crustaceans because of the shape of their heads, scientists have found.
One was about to have babies and the other was teeming with parasites.
The recent discovery of a monstrous fish off the Southern California coast has people buzzing -- what other "monsters" lurk beneath the waves? Continue reading →
An 18-foot-long oarfish, typically only found in deep waters, washes up close to shore.
The world's first known face belonged to a prehistoric fish with a bullet-shaped head, body armor and beady eyes.
The function of a fish's eye evolved to suit its watery habitat. Continue reading →
Goldfish are no dummies when it comes to music, and they can distinguish between two well-known composers.
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