Giant squid myths have been squirming across our imaginations for hundreds of years. CGI brings them to life. Better still, it turns out there really ARE giant squids of monstrous size in the sea!
This article provides a reality check on the nearly universally loved and worshiped cetacean species.
Here are a few facts about those beautiful, streamlined creatures, blue sharks.
Bull sharks are arguably the most dangerous shark of all. They live in warm shallow coastal waters and upstream in rivers, where human interaction is possible. here are a few interesting facts about bull sharks.
Pacific and California halibut are flatfish. They swim on their side and their eyes are on the upper side of their body. They are predators and can be very large.
Whales and dolphins have fascinated us for generations. These magnificent beings can reach lengths of up to almost 100 feet (the blue whale), and are incredibly intelligent. Cetaceans are a large and diverse group that are divided into two...
Some Red Sea Sharks can be very dangerous indeed, as indicated by a recent spate of deaths in the area due to shark attack. If you'd like to know what kind of shark lives in the Red Sea, read on...
Believe it or not, soft corals (all corals really) and jellyfish are correlated. How might that be? The article explains.
Learn more about the historic New Jersey shark attacks of 1916 and how they inspired more shark research.
This is a complete record of all recorded shark attacks that have taken place off or around French Reunion Island in the warm Indian Ocean.