Other Marine Life
We recently learned that cuttlefish, masters of camouflage, were inspiring researchers to develop better camouflaging materials and that’s exactly what happened.
Researchers were surprised to find that temperature did not affect the “competitive balance of power” between two rival species of Chilean barnacles.
New research suggests that threatened polar bears are switching to alternative food sources in an effort to cope with climate change.
Jellyfish-like creatures play an important role in the carbon cycle, transporting carbon from surface waters to the seafloor.
The Pacific geoduck is one of the world’s largest burrowing clams – its shell can grow up to 10 inches and its siphon can extend about three feet!