Humans may be speeding up the process of evolution.
While sharks are often characterized as being terrors of the deep, they aren't nearly as fearsome as their reputation states. Scientists have found that reef sharks prefer prey that's bite-sized-which is about as small as a cheeseburger.
Researchers have uncovered a prehistoric fish that once possessed a hook-shaped sail on its back.
What do animals sound like when they migrate from the depths of the ocean to the surface?
Dangerous fishing may be endangered by catch shares in the future.
New findings published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology reveal that vitamin-D rich foods during pregnancy could reduce allergy risk in children. During this recent study, researchers examined over 1,000 mothers and their children in the United States over time-from the first trime...
Could fish fins be able to sense touch like human fingertips?
The discovery of the world's oldest fermented fish bones in southern Sweden is shedding new light on Nordic settlers from 9,200 years ago.
Study identifies prehistoric 'big-mouthed' fish fossils from the Cretaceous Period, 92 million years ago.
Two massively big-mouthed fish once roamed the oceans of the Cretaceous period.
It turns out that predators may have the advantage when motor boat noise is involved.