While some people mistakenly think bats are fierce predators, the long-fingered bat species actually eat only insects. A new research from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and the University of the Basque Country, Spain has been published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE and it features a startling discovery: most long-fingered bats may be instinctively able to catch fish.
It is now a trend in Cuba to go fly fishing along the bays using inflated condoms.
Oscar award winning actor, Leonardo Di Caprio recently unveiled free technology that would allow its users to spy on global fishing practices across the globe. All this in hopes of stopping illegal activity happening in the oceans.
Vulnerable coastal populations will be some of the most negatively affected by climate change, changing fishing practices now will help them survive.
U.S. President Barack Obama announced Friday his plans of expanding the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in Hawaii, making it the world's largest marine reserve.
Here's a surprising catch: This six-year-old boy accidentally hooks in a great white shark and becomes the first person in Cape Cod ever to do so.
The number of the world's smallest and most endangered marine mammal, the vaquita, has plummeted to less than 100, despite efforts of the Mexican government to save its species.
A dangerous fishing tactic used in Tanzania threatens local marine life. Despite laws prohibiting what's commonly known as blast fishing because explosives are involved, homemade bottle bombs are continually tossed into the sea, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of fish at a time and critical coral reefs.
In the seaweed-harvesting business on Canada's Prince Edward Island, Percheron and other draft horses still sometimes pull rakes through the surf to gather the plants.
A deadly fish disease known as VHSv has plagued hundreds of freshwater fish in Lake Winnebago, in Wisconsin. While some older individuals have developed a resistance toward the disease, they could spread the disease to younger fish and cause another mass die-off in the future.
Researchers excavating ancient salmon chum bones from the Upward Sun River site in Alaska have found that Ice Age humans had a broader diet than previously surmised and used specialized tools to fish.
More and larger fish have resulted just outside preserved areas on the California coast near Santa Barbara, according to data from monitoring the area for more than 10 years.
By studying both the beneficial nutrients and the harmful contaminants of fish collaboratively, Dartmouth researchers are able to better understand the pros and cons to eating seafood.
Deep-sea fishing endangers vulnerable species that live farther underwater. To avoid permanent biodiversity loss, depth regulations are being discussed in Europe.
It's no secret that fishing industries across the globe have been having a hard time. As demand for fish continues to spike, many nets are coming up empty. Now new research has shown that fish populations might not be declining, but simply moving to deeper depths.