The image sparked outrage online.
"This was one strange-looking fish."
Bloodthirsty rivalry may have driven the rapid evolution of these fearsome beasts.
Summer winds left the Catalan shoreline covered in thousands of blue jellyfish-like animals.
The species of the fish could not be clearly identified.
Does it look like Dumbo to you?
The fierce creature was first described in 1912 by Charles Doolittle Walcott.
Scientists have a new way of tracking hundreds of new species.
Surveying four small Russian islands near the shores of Alaska, scientists spotted a grizzly "fence" of bones on the beach that turned up a rare discovery.
It is not the first time that these animals and their relatives have turned up on beaches.
The boy's father captured the creatures in a video showing the creatures eating away at pieces of meat.
The crab and its anemone "shell" have a symbiotic relationship.
New research shows corals can re-emit sunlight as a red-orange glow.
Cuttlefish have never been observed so viciously fighting over a mate in the wild.
These shrimp were thought to be generally non-predatory. Not so.
Some have been classified animals or flowers, but these creatures aren't so easy to pin down.
The creature was spotted at a depth of 8,200 feet.
The animal is all black and has translucent, sharp teeth.
There are more sharks off the eastern seaboard than there have been in a generation.
The "Hoff crab" has itself a new name.