Europa’s almost as cold as your ex’s heart, just as frozen.
We might get more ‘exotic’ if we dial down on the ‘extinction’.
Adelle is surely rolling somewhere around there.
Pocillopora damicornis — one of the most abundant and widespread reef-building corals in the world — may help us better understand how anthozoans deal with stress.
Just throw them in the trash if you don’t want them on your plate later on.
The study reinforces the need for international treaties meant to conserve marine wildlife.
Maybe start saving up?
It’s one of the most unique ecosystems on Earth.
We’ve changed the sea.
Ancient volcanism offers a glimpse into the future effects of climate change.
“Piracy and geopolitical tensions” kept it hidden from the scientific community until now.
A little ice age and modern global warming have had a say in this.
Aquatic bots like SoFi will enable scientists to learn more about some of the most elusive underwater creatures.
Melting Arctic ice is already leaving its mark on the oceans.
That’s a lot of fishing.
Titan’s “water” isn’t even water.
Scientists have identified yet another unexpected consequence of climate change.
The oceans and continents aren’t as fixed as we tend to think of them.
The author wishes this photo ‘didn’t exist’.
Well, they don’t anymore.