Among a series of strange creatures retrieved in the deep Australian sea is a faceless fish.
Hint: climate change plays a part in it, as well.
As cited by IFL Science, France currently has four dolphinariums. Marineland, in Antibes, has four orcas that are used for displays, and 13 bottlenose dolphins, which customers can "meet," for €70 per person and €5 for any accompanying person. The park also holds sharks and sea lions in captivity.
A massive female porbeagle shark, believed to be the biggest ever caught was reeled in at Hartland Point in Devon.
Despite the recent sighting, the center clarified that the North Atlantic right whales are still critically endangered. The center encourages boaters to travel under 10 knots to avoid fatal collision.
The ultra-tough tardigrades have an interesting way of getting through their dry spells.
Despite the consequences of modern human civilization, nature still finds a way to adapt and survive. A team of researchers from the University of California, Davis has found that the Atlantic Killfish has evolved to adapt to estuaries containing toxic polluted waters.
A recent study led by the University of Southampton says possible new evolutionary trajectories may happen, primarily attributing the event to shipments, that may later on produce "new" species and a different kind of global change.
A new study revealed that plastic pollution has already reached deep oceans, negatively affecting deep sea animals.
A 17-year-old surfer survived from an attack of a great white shark. The incident happened last Monday at Ballina's Lighthouse Beach in Australia, which incidentally is the same beach where a Japanese surfer was mauled by a shark last year.
A new study revealed that large marine creatures are more likely to die first during the sixth mass extinction event.
Capturing and breeding killer whales for entertainment purposes are now prohibited in California.
Yes, dolphins talk. Their inter-species communication is much more complex than initially believed with sentences that can reach up to five words long and a language that’s actually not too far from human conversations.
The white whale is an elusive creature, but researchers at Murdoch University managed to film one in western Australia playing with its mother.