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Swallowed fishhooks are a deadly and unexplored threat to freshwater turtles, and a new study is the first to estimate the impact of fishhook deaths on turtle populations.
A previously unknown ghost shark with rabbit-like teeth and a bulky head is making waves in record books; it's the 50th ghost shark species known to science, a new study reported.
Would you like to cross paths with a hairy tarantula from Colombia or a Thai newt that looks like a "Star Trek" Klingon? If the answer is yes, you're in good company.
Next time he's vacationing in Hawaii, President Barack Obama might just bump into his new namesake: a pink, yellow and blue coral-reef fish that researchers have named in the president's honor.
A South American fish with uncannily human-like chompers has been unexpectedly showing up on Michigan anglers' hooks.
A robot modeled after the mudskipper fish is helping scientists understand how animals moved millions of years ago, when they first transitioned to walking on land.
Marine animals that inspired characters in "Finding Dory" are as fascinating and endearing in the real world as they are on screen.
How closely do the animated "stars" in the new Disney/Pixar movie "Finding Dory" mirror their real-world animal counterparts?
In the dark ocean depths, there are fish that generate their own eerie glow — and a new study finds that far more of them do this than scientists suspected.