Fourth of July weekend is a popular time to hit the beach, but this year, vacationers may not be the only ones swarming the waters off North Carolina.
Seahorses are of special interest to robot researchers because of their unusual skeletal structure.
The white, blind and hairy yeti crab lives near hydrothermal vents, where boiling water spews from the earth's center.
When jellyfish lose limbs, they don't regrow them. Instead, they rearrange their entire bodies to stay symmetrical.
The super-cute pink octopus might join the list of species named for their looks.
Fear is growing over an incredibly strong invasive fish that can climb on land, live for extended periods outside of water, and choke its predators to death.
Seals equipped with sensors on their foreheads are helping scientists collect data from some of the most remote corners of the world.
A kinky fish and a cartwheeling spider are just two of the recently named top 10 new species for 2015.
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