A curious shark chases and attacks an underwater camera, striking the electronics lens-first, in a head-on chomp.
See mind-blowing pictures from the Okeanos Explorer, a mission that's been exploring the seamounts off the New England coast.
Rarely seen creature from the deepest depths gives researchers a camera-full of octopus fun.
Catch a glittering glimpse of photos from the most complete audit yet taken of marine life in the Antarctic Ocean.
How does a multi-ton shark come flying up out of the water in such dramatic fashion? And why does it breach? If these are your questions, Trace has the answers.
If there is an Elvis of the shark world, the Great White is it, hands down. Check out its open-water moves.
Meet a shiny clam that loves to party down and isn't even embarrassed about 70s music. It's been a big hit, of late, and it's not the only animal that loves the night life.
We can't see them in the water, but tiny organisms -- many of which are invisible to the unaided human eye -- make up 98 percent of the oceans' biomass and cause most of the biological activity there.
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