Thar she blows bubbles.
Scientists are trying to uncover why so many marine species glow.
Nature is weird as hell.
A Japanese marine biologist published a paper on the first records of a young giant squid.
Community Fishers was designed to help researchers fill gaps in ocean science data collection, beginning with the declining salmon population in the Salish Sea.
The months-long process of thawing, inflating, preserving and displaying a blue whale's heart has never been done before.
How deep-sea shrimp survive in the actual Twilight Zone.
Just when you thought the Ctenoides ales couldn’t get weirder.
Is it how they navigate, or something more sinister?
Maps from a new atlas are the 'most thorough audit of marine life in the Southern Ocean.'