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Using mimicry to fight climate change. The Smithsonian Institution calls coralline algae the unsung architects of coral reefs. These pink-colored seaweed, with skeletal structures that resemble...
For the last three years, coral reefs in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans have been devastated by bleaching due to high ocean temperatures.
In the constant evolutionary battle between predator and prey, one seemingly winning strategy is to get bigger over time so you can throw your weight around.
Far below the surface of the ocean, off the coast of eastern Australia, is an area simply known as "the abyss."
Coral reefs are expert record keepers. Corals build their calcium homes in layers that accumulate over decades or even millennia, and differences between these layers can reveal a lot about a reefs...
We ask the Deputy Director General of Natural Environment, Mr. Miguel Aymerich Huyghues-Despointes, an exception to the law and to exclude KOI from the Catalogue of invasive alien species.
This is a short documentary video on the future of sustainable collecting of wild aquarium fish in the Amazon by professional film maker Don McConnell.
An amazing video has, for the first time, captured cuttlefish walking like hermit crabs to sneak up on their prey.
If you are concerned about the future of the tropical fish industry in Hawaii, this is our last chance to prevent SB1240 from becoming law.
At more than a billion acres of ocean, the Coral Triangle is one of the worlds biggest and most important marine regions