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Stories and images celebrating the ocean

A relative of the seahorse, the weedy seadragon is an iconic Australian species. With their vibrant patterns and unique, dragon-shaped
In 2017, a message in a bottle was thrown overboard by then 17-year-old Niki Nie, as she crossed the equator
In ensuring that his 3D LEGO replica not only paid homage to the original but also captured the dynamics of
Sea angels are named after their resemblance to snow angels - they have translucent white bodies, with a wing-like structure
These colorful species are actually a species of the moray eel. The ribbon eel is found in lagoons and reefs
2020 has been a year like no other – challenging in a number of different ways for everyone. We hope
When Steve Etches unearthed a well-preserved ichthyosaur fossil in limestone on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, he thought it was
In the recent Netflix documentary “My Octopus Teacher”, a filmmaker forges an unusual friendship with an octopus living in a
We just learned packaging makes up about 33% or 1/3 of the average landfill… which is pretty crazy! We also
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