It’s not fun when you’re on the green, and the golf ball you hit takes a dive, literally into the sea.
Before you take another golf ball from your golf bag, spare a thought of the environment—try to imagine the scene below the waves.Read more
If you think finding a needle in a haystack is tough, how about sifting through almost two tons of dirt and finding twenty-four shark teeth, each measuring less than a millimetre across.Read more
Thanks to satellite tracking, researchers were able to find out more about a population of fin whales that have been living in the Gulf of California all year round, an unusual behavioural trait since this species is known to migrate great distancRead more
When a tourist boat carrying curious tourists approaches a seal colony with the sole purpose of observing them in the wild, the seals won’t know of their well-meaning intentions.
All the seals would see are potential predators.Read more
A study has confirmed that seals feeding on cod, herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea would not adversely affect the fish population, as much as man-made causes like climate change, nutrient load and fisheries would.Read more
Human-made microplastics are found in all the oceans. The most abundant type are fibers, which are shed from materials like carpets and fleece clothing, while their small size means that marine animals as small as zooplankton can consume them.Read more