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Thousands of animals around the world are at risk of extinction. But not jellyfish — they’re thriving in warm, polluted water.
Half a million of Earth's species may soon be vulnerable to extinction, according to the UN. Jellyfish, however, are proliferating in warmer waters.
House of Seafood apologises over ‘crab claw’ machine, says wanted to encourage children to release crabs into ocean
"We have ‘gloves’ put onto the claws in the machine... to make sure that the claws will not injure or be painful to the crabs," House of Seafood said.
The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs acidified the ocean in a ‘flash,’ killing most marine life. The seas could see a similar problem a ...
A new study found that the asteroid impact that led the dinosaurs to go extinct also caused rapid ocean acidification, which killed most sea life.
Deep in California’s Monterey Bay, scientists captured an underwater ‘bonanza’ as octopuses, fish, and worms feasted on a dead whale...
During an unmanned dive in Monterey Bay, California, marine researchers filmed fish and worms munching on a whale carcass.
Eating more seafood could help us slow the planet’s warming — part of a handful of climate solutions the ocean offers
A UN report found that oceans are warming and sea levels rising due to climate change. Solutions to this trend could come from the water itself.
The adopted Gentoo chick will become Sea Life London Aquarium's first penguin not to have its gender assigned.
The ‘dead zone’ in the Gulf of Mexico may grow to the size of Massachusetts this summer. That could make seafood more expensive.
The Gulf of Mexico's "dead zone" is an area of oxygen-starved water off the coast. Its size fluctuates depending on how much run-off enters the ocean.
A luxury cruise company is offering a scholarship for someone to travel around Croatia helping save dolphins and turtles
Alongside volunteering, the successful applicant will get to go wine tasting, truffle hunting, and snorkelling, while staying in luxury accommodation.
Loliware launched a seaweed straw that dissolves over time as a replacement for plastic straws.
‘Electric pulse fishing’ is illegal and it’s turning the ocean into a graveyard — here’s why fishermen are doing it anyw...
Electric pulse fishing involves pulling a net loaded with electrodes across the sea to produce an electric field in the water, then shocks the fish.