We have a ocean-destroying plastic problem, but fishery waste could help.
Whalers and researchers alike have found that these mammals are excellent at learning from each other.
If we protect the right places, we can benefit fish and the climate—without sacrificing seafood
The impacts to our bodies remain murky, but early findings suggest the smallest bits could cause harm.
The majority of shark species are threatened with extinction, and overfishing is the main culprit.
There’s some truth to the meme claiming that all crustaceans are evolving into crab-shaped beings.
Bits of genetic code in seawater can help scientists study fish that we rarely see.
The federally protected marine sanctuary has kept black coral and other rare wildlife safe from industry.
Iron-eating bacteria were among the thousands of microbes dwelling within the shipwreck.
A new study found toxic chemicals in whales and dolphins.
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