Historic Treaty Protects Marine Life in the 'High Seas'
The United Nations agreement will help conserve 30 percent of the planet’s oceans by 2030
Three Fishers Die After Falling Through Ice in Vermont
Ice fishing competitions on Lake Champlain have been canceled after an unusually warm January
Dolphins and Humans Work Together to Catch Fish in Brazil
The partnership has endured for some 150 years, and it benefits both species, a new study finds
Freshwater Fish Contain Harmful 'Forever Chemicals'
Eating one serving of locally caught fish could equate to drinking contaminated water for a month, a new study finds
Unearthing the Original Mediterranean Diet
An archaeologist works to find out how much fish ancient Greeks ate
The Top Eight Ocean Stories of 2022
The biggest saltwater moments of the year included major discoveries that inspired awe
Discovery Channel's 'Shark Week' Is Packed With Misinformation and Junk Science
Scientists watched 202 episodes and found them filled with unreliable information and white male experts named 'Mike'
An Electric Pulse Could Scare Sharks Away From Fishing Hooks
A new device could reduce bycatch of blue sharks by 91 percent and pelagic stingrays by 71 percent, research suggests
Whole Foods Will Stop Selling Maine Lobster, Citing Risks to Endangered Whales
Fewer than 350 North Atlantic right whales remain, and the marine mammals can become entangled in fishing gear
Angler Reels in 67-Pound Goldfish in France
British fisherman Andy Hackett caught and released the colossal creature, nicknamed "The Carrot," while casting at a private fishery
Dolphins Shrug Off Hot Sauce-Spiked Nets
Fishing nets laced with spice did nothing to deter the hungry marine mammals
How Will Mining Affect Alaskan Salmon?
Active mines, proposed mines and exploratory projects in Alaska and British Columbia may affect key salmon watersheds
Adélie Penguins Are Dwindling in East Antarctica
Researchers blame too much summer sea ice for causing a downward spiral in one colony
Why Conservationists Are Hopeful About the Manta Ray's Future
The giant fish faces threats from poachers, boat strikes and climate change
Lobsters Placed on 'Red List,' Angering Maine Fishing Community
Seafood Watch announced that consumers should avoid lobsters, because their traps threaten the endangered North Atlantic right whale
Inside Vietnam's Whale Temples
Centuries-old whale worship shrines are shedding light on the diversity and distribution of marine mammals off the country's coast
North Carolina's Oyster Trail Aims to Give the Farmed Shellfish Industry a Boost
In the tradition of wine and ale trails, the state’s new tourism offering highlights restaurants, farms, festivals and markets
Lab-Grown Fish Sticks Are Coming
Berlin-based Bluu Seafood revealed fish sticks and fish balls made from cells cultured in a lab, without killing any real fish
How Indigenous Sea Gardens Produced Massive Amounts of Food for Millennia
Communities created bountiful food without putting populations at risk of collapse
Can Rebranding Invasive Carp Make It More Appealing to Eat?
Illinois is giving the problematic fish a new name—copi—in hopes of tempting more diners to chow down