“All of a sudden, I felt this huge shove and the next thing I knew it was completely black,” Michael Packard told the Cape Cod Times.
The project is intended to track the health of sharks, turtles and sea snakes that live in the high seas.
COVID-19 has rolled back significant wins in India when it comes to plastic waste, with the usage of single-use plastic products like masks and gloves surging in the pandemic.
The sudden postponement of a probe into allegations of misconduct in adopting offshore oil exploration rules “risks undermining the public’s confidence” in NOAA science, a watchdog group says.
Freshwater diversion projects that have divided environmental advocates are intended to save the coast but may imperil dolphins.
It may sound odd, but lubricant is vital to ensuring this sea turtle survives its trip back to the ocean.
"It went on for two miles,” one beachgoer said of the worms.
A diver dressed as St. Nick was joined by one dressed as an angel to give 5,000 sea creatures some holiday cheer.
Marine researchers in Scotland called the discovery both "stunning" and "shameful."
Researchers bumped into this adorable marine animal more than 4,000 feet below the ocean’ surface.