Sea Snakes Attacking Humans Probably Just Horny, Scientists Say
Sea snake attacks are mysterious and sometimes deadly, and now scientists say they may just be 'highly aroused.'
Some Sunscreens Are Now Banned at Thailand’s Marine Parks for Good Reason
Violators face a maximum fine of about $3,000.
These Scientists Are Rebuilding Singapore’s Coral Reefs – With Lego
“Our reefs may not be as pretty or colorful as those in Australia or the Maldives, but they are very, very resilient.”
Meet the Bahama Coral Farmers Regrowing the Ocean’s Reefs
They were headed for success. Then Hurricane Dorian hit.
We're About to Cross 9 Critical Climate Tipping Points, Scientists Say
These tipping points are now "active," scientists warn, and the rapid melting of polar ice and the loss of critical habitats could trigger an irreversible “global tipping point.”
Climate Strikers Want to Know When the Earth Will Die. We Asked a Scientist.
Ever wondered “How long do we have until the Earth is dead?” So has 10-year-old Sam Berliner.
Filipino Scientists Have Invented a Device to Monitor Coral Without Getting in the Water
It is seen as a more cost-efficient way to take care of the country’s marine life.
This Giant Raft of Volcanic Rock Could Help Heal the Great Barrier Reef
An underwater volcanic eruption created a huge raft that will evolve into a traveling habitat for many sea creatures.
Ocean Heatwaves That Instantly Kill Coral Are Getting Worse, Scientists Warn
Marine heatwaves present “a distinct biological phenomenon” from bleaching events, and could threaten the livelihoods of half a billion people.
The invasive, venomous lionfish is killing Atlantic reefs. So please eat it.
Diners in New York, Miami, Nassau and elsewhere are getting lionfish on the menu, along with a lecture on conservation.
Chasing Ghost Barges Off the Coast of Java
Coal barges are destroying protected coral reef in Java's Karimunjawa islands.
These scientists are trying to breed super coral that can survive climate change
If nothing is done to stop their deterioration, more than 90 percent of the world's reefs could be gone by 2050.