When it comes to understanding the process of evolution, "living fossils" may just provide the key. Scientists have taken a closer look at the skate and its primitive colon in order to understand how animals first emerged from water in order to live on land.
Most pet owners realize that different dogs and cats have different personalities. But did you know that sharks also vary when it comes to social interactions?
Antarctic fish may swim in freezing waters, but they don't freeze themselves. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at why this is, uncovering "antifreeze" proteins that allow the fish to survive in the icy Southern Ocean.
Sticklebacks are some of the fastest fish in the world--at least in terms of evolution. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at these fish to get a better understanding of evolution and adaptation.
It turns out that clownfish are a bit more adventurous in their youth. Scientists have discovered that baby clownfish may travel hundreds of kilometers across the open ocean before settling down in an anemone of their own.
Don't judge a book by its cover--unless you're a killifish. Scientists have found that female killifish prefer males with yellow fins, despite the various color morphs that male bluefin killifish display.
Do you like fish? You may want to eat more of it, according to a new study. Scientists have found that two or more servings of fish per week was associated with a lower risk of hearing loss in women.
Previous studies have boasted the benefits of eating fish. Not only is the food high in protein and amino acids, but many can help you feel full longer and help with weight loss if combined in the right diet.
A growing dead zone may just threaten fisheries in Arabia. Scientists have found that the rapid rise of an unusual type of plankton in the Arabian Sea could be disastrous for nearby fish.
Scientists have taken a closer look at archerfish and have found that they're far more adaptable and skillful target-shooters than first thought.
Scientists have taken a closer look at how cells arise to form the "zebra" pattern in the zebrafish, which may shed more light on the development and evolution of patterns seen in the animal world.