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A mutant enzyme allows goldfish and carp to live in low oxygen ponds by turning toxic lactic acid into ethanol
When you hear the word nature, what do you think about. A pristine beach. Maybe your favorite wild animal.
We often hear of situations on a reef where the marine life gets out of balanced. Recently many the conversations deal with invasive species that wreck a local habitat
CAPE CORAL, Fla. -A Cape Coral man was fishing behind his house and caught a nearly two-foot fish normally found in an aquarium.
Researchers are proposing gene alteration to save ocean ecosystems ravaged by rising temperatures.
A team of scientists from Northwestern University, the Field Museum of Natural History and Phoenix Zoo has discovered and described a distinctive new subspecies of the yellow-bellied sea snake...
A team of scientists from Northwestern University, the Field Museum of Natural History and Phoenix Zoo has discovered and described a distinctive new subspecies of the yellow-bellied sea snake...
It is not difficult to see how this engineering solution could give life to bleached corals again.
An underwater photographer has captured stunning images of a 'fish tornado' surrounding sand tiger sharks off the coast of North Carolina.
Researchers have identified a new species of miniature lanternshark that glows in the dark.