It turns out that fish really do care about each other. Scientists have found that pair of rabbitfish will cooperate and support each other while feeding.
Some fish like to lend each other a helping fin.
Scientists have found that 47 percent of the edible U.S. seafood supply is wasted ever year, raising concerns about the sustainability of the world's seafood resources.
Scientists have uncovered a new lineage of extinct sharks that didn't eat meat, but instead feasted on plankton. The sharks once lived in warm oceans during the age of the dinosaurs, nearly 100 million years ago.
Researchers may have uncovered the earliest known evidence of Ice Age humans in North America.
Researchers may have found specimens of Africa's earliest known coelacanth. The creature is dated to be about 360 million years old, and was discovered in South Africa's Eastern Cape.
Scientists have discovered that microbeads are spreading across the world's seas, affecting water quality, wildlife, and resources used by people.
It turns out that global marine populations have halved since the 1970s.
Imagine watching evolution in real time. That's what a group of researchers are doing in an ongoing effort the record the interaction of the environment and evolution. They've monitored a population of guppies in order to better understand the process of evolution.
There may be a new animal joining the endangered species list: the American eel.
New findings published in Science Advances show that Mexican cavefish require between 5 to 15 percent of their total energy budget for well-equipped eyes.