Sea snakes are experiencing rapid evolutionary change causing them to turn black in order to concentrate pollutants in their skin. Scientists have also found that the sea snakes are shedding their skin more frequently.
Sea snakes have evolved an extra sense to feel movement underwater, according to new research.
Two critically endangered sea snakes previously thought to be extinct have been spotted off the WA coast.
With no sightings since 2000, short-nosed sea snake populations are in serious decline
Stranded after a storm, this yellow-bellied sea snake, is slowly making a recovery under the watchful eye of carer Peter Street
Sea snakes are inspiring researchers to design robots that will observe marine life discreetly.