Posts about life in the oceans ranging from plankton to blue whales.
“The biggest take-home message is that belugas can respond relatively quickly to their changing environment, yet we can’t expect a uniform response across all beluga populations.”
By Astrid Hsu What if cancer spread the like common cold? A hug, a cough, or sharing food would put the entire population at risk. Luckily, humans are currently safe from such a scenario. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for our marine bivalve friends. Initially discovered in soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria), a contagious cancer […]
BOFFFFs are important to marine ecosystems around the world because they’re the ones that reproduce and help keep populations healthy.
Researchers are working on efficient ways to test seafood in order to determine if it was labeled correctly.
New research on sea turtle fossils reveals an important link to modern sea turtles.
New research reveals an unprecedented pattern of extinction in the oceans: larger marine animals face a higher risk of extinction, thanks primarily to humans.
Did you know that horseshoe crabs are not actually crabs?