Look out, fish!
As oceans heat up, fish are relocating, and conditions are ripe for war over access.
A newly created, incredibly lifelike robot fish could potentially help scientists protect marine life from climate change.
Women in the state of North Carolina cannot revoke consent once they grant it––even if intercourse turns violent. According to a 1979 State Supreme Court ruling, State v. Way, “If the actual penetration is accomplished with the woman’s consent, the accused is not guilty of rape, although he may be guilty of another crime because of … Continued
Researchers find tapeworm larvae in salmon harvested off the coast of Alaska, indicating possible contamination throughout the Pacific Coast.
A new study reveals orcas are the first non-human animals whose evolution has been driven by cultural differences between different groups across the world.
Each day at dusk and dawn the ocean hums with the sound of 10 billion tons of farting fish. University of California San Diego marine scientists want to know what the buzz is about.