Whales and dolphins are curious and playful animals but may not always recognise the potential risks associated with plastics
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.
This study documents the first incident of a grey seal preying on a harbour seal in the German Baltic Sea.
Ideal hunting grounds for swordfish and sailfish in the world’s largest oxygen minimum zone (OMZ)!
Learn about the small, well-camouflaged spotted shrimp, and the surprisingly important role it plays on coral reefs.
Australian scientists have documented a new behaviour in humpback whales referred to as “rolling”.
How do sponge larvae use light to navigate the ocean when they don’t even have eyes?
Researchers use acoustic telemetry to track the movement patterns of sea snakes.
Biologists find that a single gene contributes to differences in stinging behavior
It’s not creepy if it’s for science!
How do fish respond to bleached sea anemones?
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!