Scientists are glimpsing how microscopic marine creatures move through their underwater environment and interact with each other in the ocean.
Thanks to an underwater microscope and computer interface that can be operated by a diver, researchers are glimpsing activity of coral polyps up close and in unprecedented detail.
A massive reef system lurking in the mouth of the Amazon River hides a hidden menagerie of strange and wonderful underwater creatures.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef corals are in trouble, with the northern part of the reef experiencing "the worst mass bleaching event in its history."
There's a new soft and squishy robot in town, and it's ready for some serious underwater business.
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