Studies have shown that the Patagonian toothfish either migrate long distances or remain in the same location their whole lives.…
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Did you know that these seemingly unassuming echinoderms harbor a secret light within?
Scientists identify the primary consumers of ectoparasites in coral reefs.
The double-edged sword of photosynthesis in sea slugs
German title: Meine Reise mit Meeresschildkröten: Wie ich als Meeresbiologin für unsere Ozeane kämpfe. In the heart of Costa Rica,…
Jellyfish larvae provide clues about early animal evolution
Fishermen have observed octopuses out of water for years - but how can such a remarkable ability be explained scientifically?
Are subsea power cables disrupting green sturgeon migration?
If you are interested in learning more about sea turtles, Nomads of the Oceans is a worthwhile read.
Jellyfish stings have no known treatment before this study; scientists have finally developed a treatment made from algae.
Voracious Orcas are affecting the population dynamics of Gray whales migrating to their feeding grounds.
In the Southern Ocean, small phytoplankton help remove carbon from the atmosphere
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.