The deep-sea dwelling vampire squid could have 100 times more sex than its shallower-residing relatives.
From polka dots to flashy tie-dyed resembling designs, seashells back in the day sported a variety of colors and patterns. Continue reading →
Changing temperatures triggering movement of vast movements of fish is behind the high number of sea lion strandings off the coast of California.
The newly discovered seadragon was found by accident, pointing up the potential for finding new ocean life. Continue reading →
A new film captures the beauty of these massive mammals -- and the difficulty in filming them.
No brain? No problem for jellyfish, which turn out to be more aggressive than passive, at least in terms of their swimming.
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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