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4.1.19

Disturbing Video Shows Clam Sushi Still Moving as it's Being Served

Behold the squirming surf clam that has divided Japanese Twitter.

2.28.19

Microplastics Have Been Found in Our Deepest Ocean Animals

Scientists found plastics in the guts of amphipods at Challenger Deep, some 10,890 meters below the sea surface.

10.20.18

'Cat Gang,' Today's Comics by Rosa Arango

Cats rule this town after some strange incidents push humans to evacuate.

10.17.18

Fish Could Be Getting High and Horny off our Wastewater Drugs

Scientists are worried that all those drugs pumped through our sewers might be having a strange effect on the fish.

8.7.18

Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You

The fish oil industry could lead to the collapse of certain species and we can’t even prove omega-3 supplements are as beneficial as we think they are.

7.17.18

More Than a Third of the Fish Killed for Food Gets Thrown Away

At the current rate of overfishing, the entire continent of Africa might have to import its fish in the future.

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6.6.18

We Spoke to a Guy from the Restaurant That Serves Poo-Flavoured Curry

Japanese porno god Ken Shimizu’s Curry Shop Shimizu restaurant serves nothing but shit-flavoured curry. We called one of his disciples to find out why and how—but mostly just: what the fuck was he thinking?

5.7.18

We Went Fishing with Japan's Shark Hunters

Okinawa's fishermen took VICE along on their annual shark hunt, and we met the scientists who study their haul once it's brought to shore.

3.8.18

What the Hell Is This Enormous Fish?

"It was a big, big fish."

2.9.18

Watching Fish Swim Is an Odd But Effective Way to Relax

Staring at a fish tank is like getting the healing benefits of nature on demand.

1.31.18

Seeing the Sad Animals at America's Worst Aquarium Broke My Heart

From miserable seals to motionless fish, California's Morro Bay Aquarium is utterly depressing.

11.13.17

Harrowing Stories From Working on the Sea

Fishing remains one of the most dangerous jobs. We talked to captains about their most hazardous experiences.

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