ocean life

The Austral Islands reserve, if approved, would be roughly the size of California, Nevada and Arizona combined.
The 8-legged creature has been nicknamed "Casper the Friendly Ghost."
Who knew we had learned so much about an environment we've explored so little?
"Obviously whales have to rest on their migration, so what we call 'sleep swimming' might be when they're paying less attention
The scientists detailed their findings online May 21 in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. "People always assume
See more ScienceShots. Now, a team of biologists say the threshold is set by two competing effects of trimethylamine N-oxide
If this mass deforestation took place on land, it would be a devastating sight. (FYI, it would destroy Paris in a day and a half.)
We stand at a critically important time in the history of our planet and more specifically our ocean. The science is now very clear that the ocean's health is declining. Devastating though that is, we do know that solutions exist if we are willing to work together.
The high-definition video provided close-up images of not only the world's deepest sea life, but also the planet's oldest
The Obama administration has been fast-tracking Shell's dangerous drilling plan, while paying remarkably little attention to the ecological fears it raises and the potential devastation a major spill or spills would cause to the native peoples of the north.
2012-01-06-Screenshot20120106at12.07.03PM.jpgWhat if prehistoric sea monsters were still very much alive, only trapped behind naturally occurring cold-water barriers?
"What is Cabo Pulmo?" local Mario Castro tells the BBC. "A little village, very quiet in the night. We want to conserve it
National Geographic describes its latest book, "Ocean Soul" ($50), as "a love story." It's a stunning showcase of underwater
If even just a fraction of all Shark Week viewers took action to protect sharks, it would equal millions of people speaking up for the ocean's top predators. We shouldn't be scared of sharks, we should be scared for them.
2010-08-25-climate.jpg Monterey Bay Aquarium is taking a lighter look with a new online video, Change for the Oceans.