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About 11,500 years ago, a high-status woman was buried in a cave with handmade fishhooks fashioned out of seashells.
Remarkably diverse communities of ocean life make their home in waters near Mexico's Revillagigedo Islands, now a protected marine reserve.
Mexico President Nieto designated a Pacific Ocean region teeming with biodiversity as a protected marine area.
The weather forecast for the coastal city of Tampico Mexico on Sept. 28 may have called for light rain; instead, it got light rain with a side of fish.
Warmer oceans mean fish require more oxygen, but their gills are not growing at the same rate as their metabolism, which is causing their body size to diminish.
A glow-in-the-dark shark that has a mouthful of pointy teeth and an impressively large bulbous nose is also quite small — about the weight of a pineapple, according to a new study.
In the inky darkness of the ocean's abyss swims the world's deepest living superpredator: a fish with a long, eel-like body; the face of a lizard; and a mouth full of sharp teeth.
For a reef fish species, sloppy, slimy lip dribbles serve as a vital defense against its coral prey's venomous stings.
The graceful whale swims by undulating its wide tail up and down, while the shark swims by moving its tail side to side. Why the difference?
When three great white sharks mysteriously washed ashore along the coast of South Africa, researchers weren't sure what to think.