Iron-eating bacteria were among the thousands of microbes dwelling within the shipwreck.
Urchin barrens are the new normal in the once-flourishing ecosystem.
The carbon dioxide in our atmosphere is changing the seas, but we could turn things around.
The rare and mysterious Deepstaria jellyfish looks like a cross between a plastic bag and a Victorian spectre.
They make our white sand beaches beautiful, but our actions are poised to wipe them out.
Sharks: They're just not that into you.
Leachates are toxic to the most numerous photosynthesizing organisms in the world.
The first recorded "reptile fall" is a real feast.
Tracking the Cambrian Explosion, when the oceans first filled with complex animal life.
Sharks versus rapidly expanding snot.
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