How can currents, larvae, and a computer help us predict where lionfish will appear next in the Mediterranean Sea?
While the phrase 'save the turtles' has been a catchy slogan for environmentalism in recent years, human actions play a…
Whales and dolphins are curious and playful animals but may not always recognise the potential risks associated with plastics
Sturm, Alexis B., et al. “Does depth divide? Variable genetic connectivity patterns among shallow and mesophotic Montastraea cavernosa coral populations…
Defining the boundaries of an ecosystem is challenging in the deep sea, but crucial for protecting them.
Cauliflower soft coral are shy when it comes to their intimate relationships.
Salmon farming could surprisingly have severe consequences for fur seals.
I guess we’ve all got our guilty pleasures
Human-made noises in the ocean are leading to hearing loss in hummingbird bobtail squid.
Social media and drone footage shows humpback whales in Australia, US and Canada cognitively engaged with floating kelp and seaweed.
Scientists and krill fishers partner up to track the movements of these crustaceans
Wise men say only fools rush in— researchers show that jellyfish can make (and learn from) that exact mistake. Reference:…
What is scarier than a great white shark? For an oyster it is a blue crab.
Nobody knows what octopus species are caught in the South Australian fishery.
This study documents the first incident of a grey seal preying on a harbour seal in the German Baltic Sea.
The Norway lobster fishery can be brought back from the brink of collapse.
Ideal hunting grounds for swordfish and sailfish in the world’s largest oxygen minimum zone (OMZ)!
All too often, ships collide with marine animals out at sea. Learn more about these collisions and how they occur.
Video footage shows trevally attacking and feeding on baitfishes
We eat microfibers with our sea food. This can’t be good.