Meet Larry, the lobster that has been trending on social media.
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of San Francisco has ruled out the use of the U.S. Navy's low-frequency sonar as it could harm and may even cause death to whales and other marine species.
This new study further supports evidence that animals can also experience and feel emotions, similar to humans.
The food of the future has arrived.
A strange-looking fish is popping beneath the sands of Virginia Beach. Officials have warned beachgoers about it.
A team of researchers has invented a powerful underwater microscope that gives a first close-up look at how corals kiss, fight and behave against algae and climate change in their natural environment.
A team of scientists has managed to create a stingray robot powered by genetically engineered light-sensitive rat muscles that moves and behaves like a real-life stingray. This new discovery opens the door to creating better artificial hearts.
A Tequesta man was arrested by authorities for poaching 107 sea turtle eggs on Jupiter Island in Florida.
Employees from the nearby hotel saw the incident, but instead of stopping the tourists, they joined the group for selfies.
A photo captured by Tim Samuel literally gives us a picture of what it's like to be trapped inside a jellyfish's body.
Contrary to what most people know, electric eels attack with a behavior called the "shocking leap" where it jumps out of the water and produces a higher voltage of up to 300 volts.
Leatherback sea turtles might not have a set of teeth but they have esophagus filled with hundreds of sharp spines called papillae.
Witnesses of the brutal incident on Salt Pond Beach in Kauai claim they saw the 19-year-old local incessantly throwing punches while the seal tried to dodge the blows.
In Rebecca Boyle's essay "The Health Effects of a World without Darkness," in The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2015, she talks about ways that light pollution both keeps us from seeing the stars that all our ancestors saw and throws animals off their migration patterns.