The basking shark, the largest shark in the waters off Southern California, is also the most elusive
Hawaiian monk seals are the only seal species found in the Hawaiian Islands. They are also one of the most endangered seals in the world.
Common chemicals used in thousands of products to protect against harmful effects of ultraviolet light threaten corals and other marine life.
What effects does climate change have on the genetic diversity of living organisms?
Wildlife ecologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst who are studying different conservation practices in the forests of Costa Rica recently made a startling discovery on a wildlife camera trap – wild bush dogs documented farther north than ever before and at the highest elevation.
Research carried out into the impact of changes to chimpanzee habitats found they have adapted to human developments in a number of ways – including learning how to cross roads safely - but their survival is still threatened.
Tiger sharks have a reputation for being the “garbage cans of the sea”—they’ll eat just about anything, from dolphins and sea turtles to rubber tires.
Huge fish fences which are commonly used in tropical seas are causing extensive social, ecological and economic damage and are threatening marine biodiversity and human livelihoods, according to a new study.
While poor hygiene may be a deal breaker in human relationships, in bee colonies it can be a matter of life and death.
Dozens of deep-sea corals thrive off the California coast, but many are still unknown to science.
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