We can die if we drink salt water, yet our oceans are teeming with life. DNews explains how some animals adapted to a salty world.
The small octopus, ghostly and a bit floppy, was found deeper than any other of its kind. Continue reading →
Sardines and anchovies are harder for sea lion moms to find, causing them to eat lower calorie rockfish and squid.
The same toxins that wreak havoc along the coasts may be inside your home already. Continue reading →
Toxic PCBs are showing up at dangerously high levels in the blubber of killer whales and dolphins.
Peru protects the world's largest population of manta rays from fishing. Continue reading →
Winning images capture rarely seen marine life behavior, close-ups of shy creatures and dreamy ocean scenes.
So far at least, bowhead whales off Alaska may be benefiting from a warmer Arctic. Continue reading →
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