When we think of the most scariest creatures and predators that roam the surface of the earth we think of ferocious beasts like Lion, Tiger, Wolves etc. But what about the creatures that are in our oceans, seas and lakes. Recently, I was watching a...
Adult Chestnut Lamprey It can be confusing here and there when it comes to lampreys. People talk about sea lampreys and freshwater lampreys, and may often simply think they are just different animals with certain similarities. Actually, in a very...
Scientists have divided the ocean up into several major subdivisions to make it easier to learn more about the world's oceans. Learn more about these subdivisions and how they are divided.
The life of the paper nautilus and its delicate egg-case is discussed, concluding with a warning that global warming may contribute to its extinction.
Every year billions of pounds of garbage ends up in our rivers, lakes, and oceans. The garbage in our waterways has profound negative consequences on the environment, wildlife and human life alike.
The gray whale migration occurs every year along the west coast of Canada and the United States. This migration is considered the longest migration of any marine mammal and covers nearly 12000 miles.
In the Stone Age period the British Isles was joined to northern Europe and Scandenavia by a single land mass. Massive tsunamis caused by land slides drowned this land mass known as Doggerland.
Drastic increases in severe weather and global climate changes have been tracked for over a hundred years. Graphical data from a number of independent sources show increases in hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and of course, global warming.
Goose barnacles are weird looking crustaceans that live in colonies attached to floating driftwood and other rubbish in the sea. They are often found on flotsam made of plastic.
The Oceans make up about ninety-nine percent of the planet living space. That would be about seventy-one percent of the earth surface some 328,000,000 cubic sea water on the earth.