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.
While looking into the art form of Scrimshaw, I did some background research about whales and the reasons for whaling ships long ago. This is a follow-up to The Art of Historic Scrimshaw and Whales.
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.
Learn more about the types of plankton and how they are classified.
On a recent trip to Grand Bahama Island I saw all types of gnarly looking tropical fish. Each day I saw something new, and each day I became more and more mesmerized by all of the wonderful and beautiful fish that frequented the waters in such an...
Fraser Island Shipwreck. Shipwrecks have been speculated about and fascinated over for years and years. With many ships having sunk, been found and investigated, there are many stories to share as a result of this. Some stories surrounding famous...
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...
Sea levels are rising but there have been few suggestion of how to stop it using mega-engineering solutions. Read on for some brilliant ideas - feasible?
Oceans are sources of a number of useful resources. Food Resources of Oceans, Mineral Resources of Ocean, Energy Resources of Ocean. Oceans Resources, Ocean Minerals and Resources.
A Mermaid is a mythological creature with a human head and body, and a fish tail instead of feet. The name mermaid was made up of 'Mere' which is the old english word for 'Sea' and 'Maid' meaning 'woman'.