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The fast and deadly Great Barracuda is Creature of the Month
Fat helps corals cope with global warming
Which reef life communities are most vulnerable to global warming?
Data shared from 1,900 sensors in the Gulf of Mexico to be quality...
Scientists measure the beauty of coral reefs
First Evidence of Multiple Paternity in Bull Sharks
Sinai plane crash – how will it affect the Red Sea diving industry?
Removing top predators doesn’t help smaller reef fish
Scientists find parabens in dolphins – cosmetics to blame
Divers kill crown-of-thorns starfish with vinegar whilst scientists unleash starfish-killing robot
NOAA funds marine debris clean-up
Robots help map deep marine conservation zone
The story of the brittle star and the sea robin
Ocean Art Underwater Photo competition now open – $75000 of prizes...
The Underwater Photography Guide is now accepting entries for the 5th annual Ocean Art competition. Prizes worth over $75000 are on offer in 15...
Divers urgently call to save St Abbs lifeboat
The British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) is calling for a re-think of St Abbs Lifeboat Station closure plans. Over the last few weeks BSAC has...
The travelling life of the tiger shark
At 9 foot long, not including the tail, tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) Harry Lindo is not exactly on the small side. It’s not Harry’s size...
Elephant seals measure oxygen content of ocean
Climate Change to Cost Trillions if No Action Taken
How Noisy were Whales before Industrial Whaling?