There are low levels of cocaine and other drugs in many rivers, and lab studies suggest that European eels are suffering muscle damage as a result
Farmed seafood, wild-caught fish, or livestock: which one is the most environmentally costly to produce? A University of Washington-led study probed that question by scrutinizing 148 life-cycle assessments for animal protein...
Fishing boats in the Gulf of Alaska are being stalked by enormous sperm whales, which charge in and rip huge volumes of fish from the lines
Scientists at the California Academy of Sciences have created a new device that can capture and transport deep-sea creatures to the ocean's surface without harming them, allowing scientists to better study the deep sea...
Two common US fish have evolved different body shapes to help them survive in the fast-moving streams in built-up areas
The asteroid that struck Earth 66 million years ago caused dramatic climate change, which could mean we are underestimating how much the planet will warm in the coming centuries
Climate change is doing more than causing sea levels to rise or sea ice to dwindle — it's pressuring fish to move far away from their typical habitats...
Exclusive: Plans for a network of hydropower plants in three countries would cause ‘chain reaction’ for endangered species, report warns
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Though it may not feel it in some places, summer is just around the corner in the Northern Hemisphere and with warmer weather comes a rise in shark attacks...
Fish and seafood are normally fairly environmentally friendly, but it takes so much fuel to catch some species that their carbon footprint is as big as that of red meat
Giant devil rays have been filmed courting for the first time, and it turns out the males do not even wait for the females to give birth
In July 2017 a huge iceberg broke away from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf, revealing a marine world that was concealed for thousands of years
Pacific white skate lay their eggs onto the sizzling hot rocks of hydrothermal vents in the depths of the sea, possibly because the heat speeds up their development
Farmed salmon are "three times more likely to be partially deaf" than wild salmon, according to the University of Melbourne's Pursuit publication. Roughly every second farmed salmon that humans consume has lost a great deal...
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