What the vampire squid really eats
For years marine biologists have puzzled over what the mysterious vampire squid eats. Recent research by Henk-Jan Hoving and Bruce Robison at the Monterey Ba...
Translucent Marine Animal Photos -- National Geographic
See photos of translucent marine animals (including glass squid, larval blenny fish, jellyfish, and more) in this oceans photo gallery from National Geographic.
Marine Biologists Argue Dolphins Deserve Equal Rights
Dolphins are intelligent enough to warrant rights as "non-human persons," according to a team of marine biologists. This view is based on wide-ranging analysis of dolphin behavior, social interaction, and anatomy. Recent dolphin studies reveal a huge...
Prehistoric shark captured on film
57th - Most Discussed (All Time) - Pets & Animals - Global Info-Copyright 2007 Reuters. Video- ITV News Wednesday January 24-2007 A species of shark rarely s...
Video -- World's Deadliest: Six-Foot Electric Eel
For the electric eel, getting a meal is all about shock value. This huge predator can blast prey with 500 volts of electricity—enough to stun a grown human.
5 beautiful coral species on track for endangered listing...
'Freshwater killer whale' Catfish hunt pigeons: video
Hundreds of squid wash onto Santa Cruz shores
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Robot Glider Detects Rogue Waves and Other Ocean Anomalies...
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Real-Life Oxygen Destroyer Kills Ocean Creatures.
Deadliest Sea Snake Is 2 Separate Species
The different snakes look strikingly similar.
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POTW #63 (Marine Mammals) ‘Crystal River Manatee' by Douglas (Ebersole)
Octopus Walks on Land at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve
This guy came out of the booth to gift us a crab. What a friendly dude!
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