They don't look half bad underwater.
There’s something fishy about the seafood business.
There are plenty of fish in the sea, but few are more astounding than the coelacanths—a group that defied extinction and turned the scientific world upside down.
Reefs in areas depleted of big fish and their urine are also missing necessary nutrients like phosphorus.
While the large fish are probably enjoying their comfortable new habitat, their presence is proving disruptive to the local ecosystem.
Mirrors on the fishes’ bellies help control and direct their glow.
That makes them the longest-living vertebrates on the planet by 200 years. They may not even reach sexual maturity until age 150.
Researchers say the behavior of zebrafish, long used as a proxy for humans, is significantly altered by infection with a common parasite.
Researchers say a large gland in the swordfish’s skull produces oil to make the fish super hydrodynamic.
The 360-degree film reveals a hard-won, vibrant ecosystem off the coast of Indonesia.
One hundred percent of captive blue tang have been taken from their homes on coral reefs, often using poison.
A conversation with Jonathan Balcombe, author of the new book 'What a Fish Knows.'