There's a hidden problem impacting our world's oceans: ghost gear.
In order to save coral reefs, we may have to pay more attention to the fish. Scientists have found that coral reef diversity "hotspots" in the Indian Ocean rely more on the biomass of fish than where they are located.
Scientists have used an innovative 3D-printing technology to manufacture multipurpose fish-shaped microrobots that swim around and are powered by hydrogen peroxide.
The Grand Canyon may actually be contaminated with mercury. Researchers have found fish in the Glen Canyon Dam actually have higher levels of mercury.
A rare nautilus may not be extinct after all. Scientists have spotted one of the world's rarest animals, a nautilus, in Papua New Guinea.
Just because fish have the luxury of being in a "pool" of water, doesn't mean they aren't victim to hot weather, just like humans. New findings reveal that to escape the heat, our gill-bearing, aquatic friends like to dive to deeper depths to get away from warmer temperatures.
It's a horrifying discovery. Scientists have uncovered a new species of deep-sea anglerfish in the deep waters in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is partnering with a company called FishBrain to back an app that may just help save endangered species of fish.
New findings published in the journal Nature Communications reveal that a fish toxin could work as a future medication to treat cancer.
New findings published in PLOS ONE examine the ongoing danger to the harbor porpoises (Phocoena phocoena), who are struggling to successfully reproduce as a result of chemical pollutants lurking in European waters.
Climate change may be having an impact on your fishing. Scientists have discovered that as temperatures warm, fish are moving to newly warmed waters, putting local species at risk.