Bats, Jellyfish, and Other Animals With Daily Commutes loading...
Bats, Jellyfish, and Other Animals With Daily Commutes
We humans aren't the only ones in the rat race.
Two-Headed Porpoise Found For First Time loading...
Two-Headed Porpoise Found For First Time
Fished from a trawl net, Dutch fisherman stumbled upon the extremely rare catch in the North Sea.
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Cuttlefish Pretend to be Crabs to Catch More Fish
The surprising behaviour has scientists asking new questions.
Nightmarish, Toothy Lizard Fish Found in Ocean Deep loading...
Nightmarish, Toothy Lizard Fish Found in Ocean Deep
Researchers exploring Australia's deep sea found this menacing-looking, rarely seen creature.
Why Slimy Fish Lips Are the Secret to Eating Stinging Coral loading...
Why Slimy Fish Lips Are the Secret to Eating Stinging Coral
The tubelip wrasse has evolved a strategy for preying on an animal most reef creatures avoid.
Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Prey—a First loading...
Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Prey—a First
Cuban boas aren't the only surprising species that work together to earn their dinner.
‘Faceless’ Fish Seen for First Time in Over a Century loading...
‘Faceless’ Fish Seen for First Time in Over a Century
The mysterious, gelatinous animal was pulled up from the ocean deep.
Watch a Strange 'Walking Fish' That Has Experts Stumped loading...
Watch a Strange 'Walking Fish' That Has Experts Stumped
A diver in Bali, Indonesia, encountered the rare animal pacing the seafloor at night.
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Four Crocs In A Fish Farm
The crocs got stuck inside a fence that was meant to keep them out
This Small Island Nation Makes a Big Case For Protecting Our Oceans loading...
This Small Island Nation Makes a Big Case For Protecting Our Oceans
Two years ago, Palau created one of the largest marine reserves on the planet—and it's paying off.
Enormous Fish Make One of the World’s Largest Migrations loading...
Enormous Fish Make One of the World’s Largest Migrations
Billions of fish make an annual trek through the rivers of Southeast Asia, supporting millions of people. Yet scientists still don’t know much about them.
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Cross the globe to find the reasons for the decline of the seahorse and see what hope there is for the future of these unique ocean dwellers.

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