What was the first sexual intercourse like? A new study finds it involved fish and looked a lot like a square dance.
With their distinctive, equine-like snouts and bright colors, you'd be hard pressed to find a more fascinating creature in the ocean than a sea horse.
Dolphins can now add magnetic sense to their already impressive resume of abilities, new research suggests.
As the shrimp swarm to the surface in one large, culminating force, they may contribute as much power to ocean currents as do the wind and tides.
Here are just a few of the multiple species that will benefit from a new marine reserve in the Pacific.
The rare deep-sea dweller was found 100 miles offshore and weighed 200 pounds.
Populations are predicted to decline by around 44 percent due to how temperature and pH impact developing shark embryos and juvenile sharks.
California blue whales have just become the first whales to recover their population numbers after whaling, which nearly drove the marine mammals to extinction. Continue reading →
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