Most people think evolution occurs over long periods of time. Now, though, scientists have found that tiny fish transformed over just 50 years after an Alaskan earthquake in 1964.
How did skates and rays evolve their wings? Scientists have taken a closer look at these animals and have found that the development of these fins relied on repurposed genes.
A new study sheds light on how human population growth and development affects coral reefs. Nutrient enrichment speeds up the growth of algae, which puts coral reefs at a high risk.
A new study has revealed that at least one fish species experiences an emotional fever under stressful conditions.
When fish venture into the open ocean, they seem to disappear. Now, researchers have learned a bit more about how fish play with light in order to camouflage themselves from predators.
A certain mollusk may actually have most of its eyes on its shell.
Scientists have looked at a mass extinction that occurred 359 million years ago and have found that it caused the die-off of large species while smaller species survived.
Jellyfish use a somewhat surprising technique to swim, and now researchers are learning a bit more about it.
It turns out that the Arctic sea ice has more life than you might think. Scientists have found that beneath this ice you can find billions of juvenile polar cod, which are a major source of food for seals, whales and seabirds
A recent study examined fish's long extendable jaws and its evolution from 100 million years ago.
Fish may just be the greatest athletes on our planet.