Four new species of flesh-eating sponges have been discovered near the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
Greenland sharks joined the list of top Arctic predators that suffer under heavy loads of accumulated persistent organic pollutants in their bodies. Continue reading →
Some of the world's most unique tentacled creatures get the spotlight in a new exhibit.
The Mexican blind cavefish does not have eyes, but it can see obstacles by puckering its mouth and producing bursts of suction.
Perhaps the most peaceful time on the planet was around 540 million years ago, when the number one predator was a huge, yet gentle, shrimp-like creature.
How long can you hold your breath underwater? A Cuvier's beaked whale just did it for over two hours while on a dive that took it to nearly 2 miles below the ocean's surface. Continue reading →
The dividing line between animals and plants is blurred as sea anemones are found to be genetically part plant and part animal.
Waters off the California coast were once home to a porpoise that used a long, lower snout to hunt for food. Continue reading →
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