Not only is it gross, but widely-accepted jellyfish cures apparently make the sting even worse.
The view of wild dolphins from the surface is only the tip of the iceberg. Now scientists have access to their lives underwater.
The newly discovered seadragon in its natural habitat was recently captured on video by scientists.
New animal species have been found from the ocean floor of the southwest Indian Ocean. The amazing marine discovery was made by scientists from the University of Southampton in an undersea hot springs roughly 2.8 kilometres deep, at Longqi, also known as “Dragon's Breath,” 2000 kilometres southeast of Madagascar.
Dubbed as the "Western Pacific Biotwan,”scientists Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center have recorded a remarkable sound coming from Mariana Trench Marine National Monument the deepest known part of the Earth’s oceans.
A new study has found that dust storms (which carries beneficial nutrients, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and iron) could positively affect the biogeochemical cycle in downwind sea regions, boost marine life productivity, and decrease atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations.
Chemical litter sit ominously at the bottom of the ocean. Is there destruction in the horizon? Scientists study the phenomenon.
Warming water temperatures and increased carbon dioxide are causing a population growth among a species of shrimp-like crustaceans.
A new report from the US Geological Survey revealed that the populations of California sea otters have reached the highest level since 1982.
Nine out of the 14 distinct population of humpback whales were removed from the federal endangered species list.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's founder and CEO Paul Watsons returned to U.S. after two years exile in France for his fight against illegal fishing of sharks.
A pair of the largest creatures alive on Earth was spotted by the researchers from the Blue Ocean Society of Marine Conservation off the coast of Rye Harbor in New Hampshire.
Global warming is still a fear that will cause mass extinction as a study shows that it destroyed the world 252 million years ago.
President Barack Obama's administration is coming under fire for the decision to expand offshore oil and gas leasing in the Gulf of Mexico. As the effects of the oil industry on the environment and wildlife are revealed, environmental groups and activists call out the inconsistency of the president's ruling with his climate change agenda.