Elephant Seals Take Power Naps During Deep Ocean Dives - New York Times
During the many months they spend at sea gorging on fish and squid, the massive mammals sleep only about two hours a day.
What bacteria and fungi lurk in your city? Bees may have the answer - National Geographic
DNA found in honeybee hives show that each city has a unique microbiome—and that could have big implications for human health.
A Shark Discovery ‘Didn’t Look Right.’ It Might Have Been a Plastic Toy. - New York Times
Scientists have retracted a study that showed a rare goblin shark washed up on a Greek beach after other researchers voiced doubts about...
Cruise ship stumbles on a rare sight: a gathering of 1,000 whales - National Geographic
Passengers aboard the National Geographic Endurance came across the fin whales foraging near Antarctica—the biggest congregation of...
Whose Egg Is It Anyway? - Hakai Magazine
How to create a catalog of fish eggs to make it easier for aquariums to raise rare fishes.
A ‘Big Night’ for Newts, and for a California Newt Brigade - New York Times
Salamanders get a little help across the road from some two-legged friends in Northern California.
"We Out Here" Showcases People of Color in the Science Community - Sierra Club Magazine
Zookeeper Alexi Grousis uses his podcast and social media to reach new audiences
Something Fishy Is Happening Inside the Ears of Delta Smelt - Hakai Magazine
Abnormalities in the ear bones of hatchery-reared delta smelt could challenge efforts to save the endangered fish.
The Sea Otter That Stole a Surfboard in Santa Cruz Remains Free … For Now - Bay Nature
Do not feed, take selfies with, or try to befriend the sea otter.
A New Eye on the Deep Sea - Hakai Magazine
The developers of a new, easy-to-use, low-cost device are looking to make the deep sea accessible to everyone.