Whale sharks are the largest fish in the oceans, growing to around 30 feet in length on average.
Scientists exploring Australia's eastern abyss return with blob fish, flesh-eating crustaceans and a herd of sea pigs.
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.
Humans and birds aren't the only warm-blooded animals.