In 2006, marine biologists Craig McClain and Jim Barry used the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute's remotely operated vehicle to place 36 bundles of acacia wood on the sea floor of Monterey Canyon, 3,200 meters below the surface. Five years later, they retrieved the bundles. Now, a new release from the institute details their surprising findings.
A team of Japanese and Brazilian scientists say they may have discovered part of the earth's original continent off the coast of Brazil that existed before the Americas, Africa, Europe and other major land masses drifted apart.
Creating an amazing nature spectacle at several beaches in South Florida, thousands of blacktip sharks descended causing swimmers to take cover as the creatures swam on their annual migration.
Research study in "Nature" confirms improved method by marine scientists from Kiel.