marine biology

Fortunately, this "big ass shark" was just after plankton.
Maine’s shrimp population has declined as its gulf waters have warmed, causing a shrimp fishing ban that may threaten the fishing industry indefinitely.
A marine biologist amusingly narrates this clip from PBS’s “Octopus: Making Contact," wondering what the animal is dreaming about.
Marine experts said such branding would be painful for the animals.
The expedition's chief scientist called it a "serendipitous" find.
Previously, the creature was found only in the Gulf of Mexico.
But what they did discover was still really amazing.
The new report is ~ making waves ~ in marine biology circles.
We have watched the dramatic decline of these spectacular underwater worlds.
Bonus Features include episode selection and in-depth explanations of all the sea phenomena featured in the episodes via
The new technology lets us study whales by flying into their exhaled breath. The team behind it hopes to learn how whales impact ocean and human health.
Two weeks ago I turned 8 years old. That's prime adulthood in Hawaiian monk seal years. And as most adults are want to do I took stock of my life. This year there seemed scant reason for a celebratory "wahooo." I'm endangered.
Ray Hilborn, who has challenged grim predictions about fish stocks, vigorously denies a conflict of interest.