The shark was tagged in September by researchers from non-profit OCEARCH near Nova Scotia in Canada,
"The climate crisis is feeding monster hurricanes that bring suffering and death to some of our nation's most vulnerable wildlife," the author of a new report said.
Some species of jellyfish are able to grow back tissue that has been lost.
"If she is dreaming, this is a dramatic moment. You could almost narrate the body changes and narrate the dream," the scientist said.
Plastic fragments are frequently ingested by a wide range of marine animals that often mistake the substance for food.
Sea turtles are among the oldest creatures on the planet. However, they are facing significant threats from human activities.
Help conserve rare species while aboard a luxury cruise through the Ecuadorean archipelago made famous by Darwin
Blacktip sharks can grow up to eight feet long and nearly 300 pounds in weight.
Researchers say they were stunned by the close encounter.
The fatal wound, located above the right eye, measured around 6 inches in length and penetrated through to the top of the skull.
Social media users expressed both fear and delight over the images of the shark.
Celebrate World Reef Day 2019 in Style at these beautiful beaches.
Sea turtles are more like us than we thought.
Shoreline scavengers also found a host of other dead creatures.
This dynamic duo is another deadly threat to coral reefs. But people can do something about it.
Divers had almost given up on the rare and elusive creature.
Everyone can learn something from the mantis shrimp.
The new law goes into effect March 1st.
Genetic research is plunging into the many mysteries of these odd creatures
A retired German postal worker discovered the artifact in April 2015.
A Paris aquarium and Airbnb are running a contest for people to spend the night in a shark tank.
Researchers found that oil altered microbial communities living in these artificial reefs deep beneath the sea.
A new report from the World Wildlife Fund is a stark reminder of the need to protect our oceans.
Scientists say the biggest extinction event ever was caused by comparable rate of cO2 emissions to those seen today.