Monthly Archives: December 2012
Why the Ocean Matters to Everyone, Everywhere
As its name suggests, the blacktip reef shark has brilliant black fin tips and is... click to read more.
A huge colony of an elusive and brightly colored shellfish species has been discovered in coastal waters in the west of Scotland.
Middleton’s Spineless series effectively tells the story of these spineless creatures that dominate most marine habitats and make up the backbone of life on earth
All species of marine turtles have the same general life cycle. They grow slowly and take decades to reach sexual maturity.
The world's oceans cover two-thirds of our planet but we've only explored about ten percent of its depths.
As little as US$5 billion in public funds could catalyse action and financial flows to reverse ocean degradation, UNDP-GEF report says
Software Architect Turned Photographer Alexander Safonov Captures Breathtaking Underwater Scenes off the Coast of South Africa
Incredible underwater photos from software architect turned photographer, Alexander Safonov.
What can one small fishing village do to preserve Mexico’s vast underwater riches?
This photo documents bigeye trevally (Caranx sexfasciatum) displaying extraordinary behaviors during their reproduction season in Cabo Pulmo.