Video taken more than 1,164 feet below the Pacific Ocean’s surface captured a frenetic swarm of thousands of red crabs in very low oxygen, acidic waters. →
By agreeing today to end its orca breeding programs, SeaWorld reduces its risk of having to surrender its captive killer whales to a sea pen.
A molecule in 640-million-year-old rocks, well before the Cambrian Explosion, comes from a simple sea sponge, according to new research from MIT.
You can practically feel the sea spray in a new video showing the whale rescue.
The rarely seen creature of the deep spends a few hours amid the boats moored in Toyama Bay.
A bizarre animal that looks like nothing alive on Earth today probably used its unique shape to collect drifting particles from the ocean to feed on.
The animal needed some help with its overgrown pearly whites.
Pacific Cod off Alaska's Aleutian Islands are including seabirds. Scientists don't know how often - or even how.
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