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Electrical fields can also play a part in communication; and most aquatic creatures can also detect movement; this includes both plants and fishes (see Xray-mag.com for

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Fish for all

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Lamps

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Pascal Bernabé

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New Zealand

Our guide spoke their language and understood their ways as he coached the leader we selected on what to say and do.

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Creatures of Cabilao

After a two-hour car ride and an hour boat travel, I finally reached my destination—Cabilao, an island paradise located near Cebu, Philippines.Before coming here, I had read exciting accounts about Cabilao Island, particularly about the stargazers

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Amos Nachoum

"The discipline that I acquired from being under fire, having to cope with being put into strange situations, and understanding how to prepare for it, makes me feel a lot more comfortable underwater with any subject.

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Bob Evans

When were you first attracted to the ocean?

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Marine Insects

There is one important common factor in the examples of marine life given above. They all have their prime existence in the water, i.e. at least partially below the surface.

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Discovery of German U-boat wrecks rewrites the history books

The final resting places of six German U-boats sunk in the final months of the Second World War's greatest naval conflict have finally been identified. Four of the submarines were found in completely different locations than expected. Read More

Diving Banned on Champagne Wreck

The ban in a 30 square kilometre zone is to be in effect until the end of December, according to an online report by the newspaper Ålandstidningen. The paper added that the provincial government is considering if any other measures are needed.

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Squid can detect sounds, but is it hearing?

in a hangar-like research building at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), biologist T. Aran Mooney is exploring virtually uncharted waters: Can squid hear? Is their hearing sensitive enough to hear approaching predators?

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Built for Speed - Flexible Scales Add to Speed of Shortfin Mako Shark

Although the shark’s entire body is covered with the scales, made of the same hard enamel as its teeth, the scales on the top and underside of the body are larger and not as flexible.

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BIG is good...Blue Whales are super efficient hunters

Bob Shadwick and the team from the University of British Columbia in Canada used a combination of skilfully attached hydrophones, pressure sensors and two-axis accelerometers on Blue Whales to record and track them.

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Deep-sea Lanternfish in Coral Sea feeding and spawning frenzy

Lanternfish, or myctophids, characterised by their patterns of light organs that produce bioluminescence of blue-green light, are one of the most common types of fish in the open ocean, living in the deep sea to depths of 1000 m, with some 250 dif

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