Researchers were startled to find fish, crustaceans and jellyfish near a submersible camera after drilling through nearly 2,500 feet of Antarctic ice.
Mysterious creatures likely use skin color changes for interaction with other squid as well as for camouflage.
No brain? No problem for jellyfish, which turn out to be more aggressive than passive, at least in terms of their swimming.
The shark has 300 needle-shaped teeth in 25 rows and is a species that dates back 80 million years.
A paddle boarder went out in search of an encounter with orcas and got his wish when a peaceful pod interacted with him.
Despite their incredible adaptations to being underwater, animals such as dolphins and seals are physiologically challenged by holding their breath while exercising.
There are clear signs that humans are beginning to damage oceans on an unprecedented scale, say scientists in new research.
Every beach has its own unique magnetic signature and research finds sea turtles detect these signatures to locate their favorite spots.
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