These prehistoric predators lived through four mass extinction events and survived what the dinosaurs couldn’t, but sadly overfishing may see these fearsome fish wiped out for good
Famous for their ability to learn and even rescue humans, the real story behind the immense intelligence of dolphins lies in their astounding wild behaviour
The vertebrate record for most offspring has been set by the oceanic sunfish, which can produce a staggering 300 million eggs at a time
Tom Row, aquarist and zebra shark expert at The Deep, speaks to us about saving sharks
Known as the unicorn of the sea, take a look at these awesome facts about everyone’s favourite whale!
Oysters mate through releasing millions of sperm in attempt to fertilise the 100 million eggs each female oyster produces per year.
These predatory lionfish might look fancy, but they’re not fussy eaters – much to the chagrin of the Caribbean’s native inhabitants.
When you think of sharks you undoubtedly picture hundreds of rows of big shark teeth, but which species holds the record?
Some of the world’s most amazing animals live in the ocean. From shrimp with claws tougher than carbon fibre to octopuses named after syrupy snacks, welcome to the weird world of animals surviving in the sea.
Nicola Hodgins from the Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) society talks to us about the dolphin’s uncertain future, and what we can do about it
Hermit crabs are clever creatures always on the lookout for a new home Hermit crabs don’t have shells of their own but their soft abdomen is curved in a spiral that makes it a snug fit for the shells of … Continued
Unlike jellyfish, which are single multicellular organisms, the man of war is made up of separate individual creatures known as zooids.
On the surface they look very similar but there are some key differences to tell these animals apart.
The Bluefin tuna was once the king of the seas. Living in large shoals and hunting together, Atlantic Bluefin are long-lived and highly migratory fish that can only be found throughout the Atlantic ocean.
We interviewed a science officer, responsible for the day-to-day veterinary care, research, and conservation projects carried out at The Deep in Hull.
The underwater phenomena with a species list so diverse it ranges from the harmless floating creatures of the ocean to life-threatening killing machines.