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A new living reef exhibit at the University of Hawai?i Waikiki Aquarium highlights cutting-edge coral research done by six researchers at the UH Manoa. It features work on both soft and stony coral...
As the outlook for coral reefs across a warming planet grows grimmer, scientists in Israel have discovered a rare glimmer of hope: The corals of the northern Red Sea may survive, and even thrive,...
Awash in spangles of red and blue on an olive green base coloration, and potentially exhibiting a sail-like first dorsal fin, the newest member of the Watchman/Shrimpgoby genus Cryptocentrus might...
Carrying frozen fish food and keeping a variety in stock allows retailers to maintain the edge in this category.
Last weeks CORAL Newsletter teased a beautiful little red Corvette of a mystery fish, this stunning bottom-dweller from the intertidal zone, which is a fish few have likely seen or might...
Transport Yourself to the Coral Reefs of Indonesia with bugDreamer
Freediver and photographer Jules Casey shared video on February 4 of what they described as one of the most beautiful moments they had every captured: two seahorses mating
Mexican scientists create robot to protect coral reefs
Similar to forests on land, the most important source of energy for tropical shallow water coral reefs is light. Photosynthetic algae, called zooxanthellae, live within the tissues of reef-building...
Evolution is a rich and dynamic process. Species respond to pressures in a variety of ways, most of which reduce to finding food, avoiding becoming someone else's food and attracting a mate.