Naturally orange lobsters are so rare that one aquarium described one as a "1 in 30 million creature."
The shark, called Breton, has travelled thousands of miles up and down the North American coast after being tagged in 2020 weighing 1,400 pounds.
Scientists found that microplastics are being transported thousands of miles all over the world by ocean air, snow, sea spray, and fog.
A veterinarian decided that the best course of action was to euthanize the dolphin due to its poor condition.
Keen diver and angler Amanda Callahan managed to capture incredible underwater footage of the shark, which she estimated to measure about 12 feet in length.
Fascinating photos posted to Twitter show findings of the post-mortem evaluation, one of the first conducted in the U.K. on the Greenland shark.
The skeleton of the ship, which was spotted on Bald Head Island and is thought to date from the 1800s, was reported to measure 12-by-60 feet.
The massive fish weighed in at just under 120 pounds and measured almost seven feet long.
"Failing to curb future emissions will cause even greater impact to Americans," warned NOAA administrator Richard Spinrad.
Scientists have suggested that the COVID-19 pandemic could be behind the increase, with a drop in attacks recorded in 2020.
Other reefs in deeper waters may also exist and offer opportunities for conservation.
The changing migratory patterns of the apex predators could drive them closer to humans.
Sunlight is linked to the production of oxygen. Scientists in Denmark suggest that some organisms can also produce oxygen where sunlight doesn't exist.
The barreleye fish has only been filmed by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute nine times in over 5,600 dives.
The Chaunacops was filmed during a Nautilus Live exploration of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
Emergency responders attempted to perform CPR at the scene, but the man was pronounced dead shortly after.
From close encounters with friendly gray whales off Baja, Mexico, to photographing ravenous sharks feasting on sardines off South Africa, this photographer captures intimate moments in our most fragile underwater worlds.
A lionfish sting has the potential to cause serious symptoms, including "extreme pain, sweating, respiratory distress, and even paralysis."
The Scottish fisherman said he would offer the lobster to a local aquarium. If one does not take the crustacean, he plans to return it to the ocean.
One of the great white sharks that was spotted feeding off the whale measured more than 17 feet in length.
Jake Bertonazzi, the New Jersey angler who caught the fish, described the experience as "mind-blowing."
"I've waited 25 years for a moment like this," said fisherman Cody Davis after catching one of the lemon sharks on the Bolivar Peninsula in Texas.
In the open ocean baby turtles will eat anything they come across, including plastic fibers, affecting their health and survival.
Its genetic mutation means it does not have a good chance of survival, said marine researchers in a Facebook post.
Since being tagged in Canadian waters in 2020, the 13-foot-long shark has traveled thousands of miles.
It is estimated that there are only around 1,400 monks seals left living in the Hawaiian Islands.
Newsweek spoke to Joshua Zeman, director of "The Loneliest Whale," about his quest to track down the enigmatic 52-hertz whale.
The dolphin reportedly became stuck in the rocks when tide went out.
Sharks don't want to eat you, said a local surfing instructor, as you're basically "a piece of beef jerky still in the wrapper."