With red and yellow lights seeming to glow inside its bulbous body, a newfound jellyfish looks more otherworldly than deep-sea cnidarian.
A lake, and large canyon system, under the Antarctic life may harbor life. Continue reading →
At least some sea animals that regularly feed on the algae seem to experience a temporary high.
A marine robot has found the remains of a mechanical monster.
The old whaler’s tale that inspired the classic novel Moby Dick may have actually happened.
Guantanamo Bay would be an ideal spot for a marine research institution, argue two U.S. scientists. Continue reading →
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.
Not just one, but two wild pregnant sea otters have chosen to give birth to their pups at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California.
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