If you have ever felt the need to relax and enjoy the waters, why not go to Spain's Cathedrals Beach. It is known to be the beach made of gold. A sight to behold, the beach is laden with arches and caves throughout its length. It is known that the powerful ocean tides from the Atlantic Ocean have carved this magnificent spectacle through the years.
The internet has gone berserk after a theory popped up online, claiming that it might have found the reason behind the Bermuda Triangle mystery, and it all points out to hexagonal shaped clouds. However, NBC meteorologist Kevin Corriveau is not convinced at all.
Passengers of a ferry boat off Cape Cod immediately resuced an adorable dog spotted paddling in the water.
Sun-powered plane Solar Impulse 2 has successfully completed its 70-hour Atlantic crossing – and is now officially the first solar plane to circle the globe.
Mount Sourabaya in the isolated region of South Atlantic Ocean has been silent for 60 years. But it erupted twice in the last few weeks, and if not for NASA satellites, the eruption would have gone unnoticed.
In the Caribbean, one of the hydrothermal vents is unlike the others analyzed to date. A recent study from the University of Southampton looked at this particular vent.
Deep-sea fishing endangers vulnerable species that live farther underwater. To avoid permanent biodiversity loss, depth regulations are being discussed in Europe.
A new giant file clam species was found off the coast of Canada. While the first sighting of this species was over 30 years ago, recent technology has finally allowed scientists to distinguish them as their own.
It turns out that trematodes and other parasitic flatworms live in larger numbers in temperate regions, contrary to the global norm of greater biodiversity in warm temperatures.
Coming soon after NOAA released a plan for marine managers to deal with the dumped aquarium pet in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, a Savannah, Ga. benefit features lionfish in four chefs' presentations.
Starfish have something in common with flatworms.
Well, not quite. But new remarkable research has shown that in the longest ever tiger tracking study, these predators boast migration patterns more similar to birds, turtles and some marine mammals than other fishes.
Warmer ocean waters are creating such a challenge for marine species worldwide, that new research shows they will consequently shift entire marine habitats.
During the last Ice Age, massive slabs of ice covered much of North America, but new research now shows that calving icebergs resulted in a huge influx of freshwater that increased the production of the greenhouse gas, methane, in tropical wetlands.