The contents of the ancient seawater trapped in rocks for 390 million years may also give scientists clues about the climate on ancient Earth.
"White sharks are coastal during this time of year and can come quite close to shore," a shark expert said.
Scientists aren't sure what kind of cloud could appear as a wavy sea in the sky and some even doubt the picture's authenticity.
The core booster from China's Long March 5B rocket, delivering the final piece of the Tiangong space station, will crash-land in an uncontrolled reentry.
Bob is one of the many animals tagged by OCEARCH, a non-profit ocean research organization that tags and studies sharks and turtles, among other species.
The massive mollusk, measuring 10 feet long and weighing 440 pounds, was found in exceptionally good condition.
The dead sunfish found off the coast of the Azores in the North Atlantic weighed more than a white rhino.
"It definitely looks like a monkfish and a few experts agree. Certainly, looks the same as a monkfish picture," the fisherman told Newsweek.
Victor Vescovo told Newsweek he wanted to visit the site of the earthquake to understand why life in trenches is so different to that of the rest of the ocean.
Researchers have demonstrated the physical exertion undergone by sharks during catch and release fishing, with potentially devastating consequences.
In a Facebook post, OCEARCH announced its first southbound shark of the year.
A marine ecologist told Newsweek that "one of the most exciting discoveries was the abundance and diversity of sea snakes living at these depths."
Felipe Chávez, who captured photos of the calf, believed the white color was garbage at first, but then realized it was "something very strange."
Enzymes isolated from wax-worm saliva have been shown to break down the most-commonly used form of plastic, polyethylene.
André Frisk, who captured the footage, told Newsweek: "I couldn't stop thinking about what happened, and what was down there?"
A hurricane specialist warned that getting into the waters as Hurricane Ian approaches is "extremely dangerous."
The New England Aquarium told Newsweek that scientists are "evaluating potential next steps" as Storm Fiona rages on, making it difficult to rescue Snow Cone.
Footwear makes up a huge percentage of plastic waste in the world's waters and landfills, according to scientists.
Microplastics accumulate up the food chain, increasing in concentration in predators compared with prey.
"I often find the eggs on the beach but this is the first time I've found one with a live shark in it," he told Newsweek.
"That is probably one of the prettiest blues and whites I've ever seen," the fisherman admitted.
The NOAA scientists found the otherworldly blob 1,400 feet below the surface of the Caribbean Sea.
A tour group came across the dead body of a 13-foot-long giant squid, washed up on a beach in New Zealand.
"Absolutely incredible," a viewer said. "And so is your joy. Beautiful."
One dolphin even followed photographer Rosie Barrett's GoPro camera in the water.
Rescue teams arrived to find the whale suffering while stuck in the net with a large, unusual abscess on its back.
It is thought a seal pup entered the house in New Zealand through two cat flaps.
Activists say the orca, captured in 1979, is displaying erratic behaviour due to life in prolonged captivity.
A South Carolina police officer said one of the swimmers had sustained a "bad bite" to the forearm.