Female bottlenose dolphins in Western Australia have been found forming unique social cliques to protect their young.
Researchers have discovered ancient “living fossils” and rare corals in previously uncharted depths in the Coral Sea.
Researchers have captured the first-ever recording of a seahorse giving birth in the wild.
Science & Environment
The 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami is still wreaking havoc, sending hundreds of invasive species travelling on debris across the world’s oceans.
A dugong has made an unusual appearance in the cool waters of Merimbula, on the NSW Far South Coast.
Saving Australia’s grey nurse shark is a major challenge, requiring community cooperation and ongoing research.
Photographer Justin Gilligan has spent many years capturing images of grey nurse sharks and lobbying for their conservation.
In a violent humpback whale mating strategy, lusty males fight for access to females, sometimes even to the death.
The Australian humpback dolphin has been declared a new species
There’s a little something eating your face: scientists would love to warn fish shackled with ‘face-huggers’.