Shell Yeah: Soothing Photos of a Seashell Collecting Convention
When life's a beach, chill out with conches and the people who love to collect them.
The Ocean Should Have the Legal Right to Life to Combat Climate Change, Researchers Say
To protect Earth’s seas, we need to completely transform our perspective of them.
Hundreds of Sharks Are Swarming People’s Backyards Because of a Toxic ‘Red Tide’
A toxic algae bloom called “red tide” decimates coastal Florida yearly, killing all types of fish and forcing sharks out of their natural habitat.
Check Out the First-Ever Photos of Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks
Researchers discovered three glowing shark species off the coast of New Zealand, including the largest known bioluminescent vertebrate.
Scientists Discover a New Population of Blue Whales by Their Unique Song
They first heard the 'previously unreported' song in 2017, leading to the discovery of a new population that’s been hiding in the Indian Ocean.
This Cemetery is Dedicated to Marine Life That Has Been Killed by Plastic
A reminder on why it's important to say RIP to plastic.
Dolphin Found Sliced Up on Philippine Shore
The animal’s tail and internal organs were missing and it was covered with visible wounds.
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.
Fluorescent Blue Glow Seen on a Chennai Beach May Be a Sign of an Unhealthy Ocean
Even as people gush over the glow, scientists and coastal experts say it could be an effect of climate change and might be harmful to marine life.
Ninety Percent of Sri Lanka’s Coral Reefs Are Dead
The live corals have been destroyed by illegal fishing methods, climate change and high levels of pollution dumped into the seas, says the country’s state-owned marine protection body.
Biodegradable Plastic Bags Aren’t Better For The Environment
New research warns against choosing plastic marketed as a 'green' choice.
Global Warming Is Wiping Out Marine Animals Faster Than Land Dwellers
A study of 406 cold-blooded animals revealed that climate change is already pushing marine species to their thermal limits.