A long-term study has confirmed much of the diet of giant manta rays is made up of deep-sea fish rather than zooplankton as previously thought.
Science & Environment
Light pollution is changing the day-night cycle of some fish, dramatically affecting their feeding behaviour.
They’re aggressive, have been seen crossing paddocks, found in remote puddles and can handle water saltier than the sea.
History & Culture
Ninety years ago, a valuable international contract called for some inventiveness, and even a little coercion, on the part of the Australian Museum.
While looking for parasites, a team of WA researchers came across something unusual – catfish with a hunger for mice.
Discovery of 15 bright spots among some of the world’s most embattled reefs brings hope.
Byron Bay photographer Tim Samuel didn’t quite know what he was seeing when he snapped this incredible image of a fish in a very bizarre predicament – seemingly trapped inside a jellyfish.
The recent severe bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef has also affected anemones, which provide homes for clownfish.
The crested tern often swallows its food mid-air, after diving to depths of up to 1m to capture it.
Researchers predict rising CO2 in the world’s oceans will make fish drunk and disoriented earlier than previously thought.