Two-thirds of all predatory fish have disappeared in the last century
A recent study finds that industrialized fishing is mostly to blame for the shocking population collapse.
Tiny sea monkeys create giant ocean currents
With their 11 pairs of legs each, two or more of these creatures swimming side by side create eddies that interact with larger currents, altering the ocean’s flow.
Why divers are restoring California’s kelp forests
Moving invasive purple sea urchins helps to restore balance to the ecosystem.
Explore the neon world of nudibranchs
If you think hummingbirds and butterflies are beautiful, then prepare to be amazed at this underwater fashion show.
Move over, great white: 10 oddball shark species
Some of them are downright alien-like (like the frilled shark seen in the photo above), but rest assured — all of these creatures are real and can be found in our oceans!
To curb shark attacks, why not just move the sharks?
Rather than killing or trying to repel sharks, simply catching them and moving them away from popular beaches led to a 97 percent decrease in shark attacks over an 8-year period, a new study reports.