Researchers of the 2019 Nautilus expedition exploring Southwest Baker Island in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument spotted a Cirroteuthid octopus.
Beluga whales, like this one, as well as killer whales were held in a so-called “whale jail”
artificial light in coral reefs leaves the famous fish unable to reproduce offspring, according to a new study.
It may be nearing winter in Australia, but things are getting hot at Ningaloo Reef where scientists have captured whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) attempting to mate.
Two humpback whales engaging in what is known as lunge-feeding, a feeding strategy in which these baleen whales speed to the surface and engulf schooling fish such as menhaden.
Only the octopus is a match for the deadly pincers of a creature that has found its way from the US to the Ebro Delta
A trial of ways to cool turtle nests is underway in Queensland’s Far North as global warming threatens turtle populations throughout the tropics.
No one knows just how many species live in the Amazon rainforest—scientists estimate that it’s home to one-third of the world’s animal and plant species. There are still thousands out there waiting to be discovered—like these six new catfish with faces covered in tentacles.
The American blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) is an invasive voracious alien species, with no known predators and with high reproductive and survival rates, which has now spread throughout the Mediterranean.
New research finds that deaths caused by human activities are not just impacting individual North Atlantic right whales and their immediate family units…