Overfishing, habitat loss and climate change are behind the 'desperate' decline
As demand for fish rises, restaurants are slammed with employment losses, port congestion, lack of product, rising costs and shipment snags
A video posted to social media captures the cephalopod's arm-flinging attack
New titles explore the mysterious lives of eels, the science of fear and our connections to the stars
New research describes four species of iridescent deep-sea creatures that sparkle like bedazzled Elvis Presley jumpsuits
Comb jellies might have evolved to eat their young when prey runs out, but some experts are skeptical of the strategy
The specimen may be the earliest known example of a squid-like creature on the attack
The crustaceans' guts pulverize plastics into tiny bits that can be consumed by even smaller creatures at the base of the ocean food chain
Smithsonian scientists discovered that tiny 'mucus grenades' are responsible for a mysterious phenomenon known as 'stinging water'
Larval fish congregate in surface slicks, which contain plankton—and 126 times more plastic than surrounding waters
Found in a whale shark off Okinawa, hundred of amphipods were living it up in the giant fish's gills
Barrel jellyfish typically grow to a length of up to 3 feet, but this one measured closer to 5 feet long
Gastrophysicists are going to great lengths to convince Westerners to indulge in the tasteless sustainable seafood
Designer Randy Fernando says the show strives to be "interactive and playful," while also "incorporating touches of activism"
The creatures were previously thought not tough enough to survive the harsh winters
These simple, ancient creatures show just how deeply rooted sleep may be in the animal kingdom
Scientists studied what to do and what not to do when stung by a jellyfish. The result? Folk remedies are bad.
Sorry, sponges—there’s a new oldest ancestor in town