Turtles, seals, sharks, whales, and penguins all swim in unexplained circles that may signal an intuitive connection to the Earth's geomagnetic field.
Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, a marine biologist and conservation strategist, wants to involve everyone in the work of a better future.
The animal’s tail and internal organs were missing and it was covered with visible wounds.
One of the ocean’s most tantalizing questions has been answered by an expedition to the 'white shark cafe,' a remote zone in the middle of the Pacific.
His new documentary "Blue Planet II" issues a stark warning for Australia's national jewel.
Douglas McCauley works with tools like Global Fishing Watch to engage the public in the future of the oceans.
Alaska's go-to veterinary pathologist, Kathy Burek, shows how climate change might be affecting animals.
Using their own sex hormones against them might be the best way to defeat crown-of-thorn starfish.
Patrick Smith animates an inspiring conversation in the latest episode of PBS Digital Studios' Blank on Blank ‘The Experimenters’ series.
BC just gave the Kinder Morgan pipeline the go-ahead. Shipping traffic will increase, and with it, marine noise.
How 19th century German glassblowers created some of the world's most delicate scientific models.
Lily Simonson joins scientific research expeditions as the onboard artist, painting creatures most people will never see up close.