As humans forage to find snacks in their fridges, the little penguin forages in the sea, but just how effective…
Clownfish treat other reef fish differently depending on their colour patterns
Satellite tags help us better understand how different blue shark populations move and behave.
Cockles' burrowing behavior changes drastically in response to marine heatwaves!
For the first time, scientists have spotted squids matching their body color to their environment
Many animals rely on social interactions with other members of their species for information…but do great white sharks?
The ocean is a dangerous place for whale mothers and calves. How do they communicate when trying to covertly travel?
Many people can imagine shark-related dangers to humans, but for anglers, a shark simply eating fish can be a threat.
A recent study helps us understand how some marine mammals may be impacted by tidal turbines.
Food brings dolphins together - but is it to encourage communal hunting or to have sex?
Lower stress levels due to safety in numbers might limit the fish's ability to camouflage.
Clownfish and sea anemones have a famous relationship, but did you know other fishes also use these stinging animals?
Seals need ice for rest and to raise pups, but where can they go in a melting world? Maybe lagoons.
Kelp forests around the world are being threatened and destroyed. The enemy? Sea urchins.
On a warm, February day in tropical Mauritius, an unusual tourist landed on its northern shores for the first time.
Drones are great for studying dolphins in the ocean. But how do dolphins feel about those strange flying objects?
From deep-sea crabs to large apex predators near the surface, nothing seems to escape the sharp jaws of cookiecutter sharks.
Oil and gas platforms have gained attention as artificial habitats. What can they tell us about movement patterns of megafauna?
Did you know, some fish can live in both water and land habitats? These amphibious fish are smarter than they…
Adélie penguins lead busy lives mating, reproducing, and avoiding being eaten. They can do all this from the safety of…