In this video, a scuba diver demonstrates what happens to a raw egg 60 feet below the ocean's surface.
Thanks to the debate surrounding the validity of the Southern Ocean, it’s more than a one-word answer.
A new study suggests that some sharks do sleep, even though they appear to be wide-awake when they're catching up on theirs Zs.
Throughout history, sea travel has provided a watery road to modern globalism. Here are 11 incredible sea voyages that advanced our understanding of the world.
The sexual organ of the majestic blue whale is so impressive that some speculate it's been mistaken for sea monsters.
If you're already dreaming of your first summer getaway of the year, this list of the best beach destinations around the world may give you some inspiration.
In 1997, 4.8 million LEGO pieces—many of which were nautical-themed—fell off a cargo ship. They're still turning up on beaches 25 years later.
New video evidence shows that orcas are capable of hunting and killing blue whales—the largest animals on Earth.
The giant phantom jellyfish has been spotted roughly 100 times since it was discovered more than a century ago.
A trash can from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, traveled over 3000 miles to Mulranny, Ireland, and now the town is using it for its original purpose.
MetaBallStudios is helping you visualize ocean depths and other underwater spots, from the ‘Titanic’ shipwreck to the Mariana Trench.
After leaving a bunch of damaged Irish boats in his wake, Wally the Walrus appears to be headed home to the Arctic.
Fifty-two Hertz, dubbed 'the loneliest whale in the world,' has roamed the Pacific for decades, singing at a much higher frequency than other whale species.
Crabs, be warned: Sticking to the coast may not keep you safe from the pharyngeal jaws of a snowflake moray eel.
“The curse of God is upon you all!” Captain Stewart bellowed. Then, he methodically bludgeoned seven sailors to death with a crowbar.
You might think drinking seawater would be better than drinking no water at all. Your kidneys would beg to differ.
Regular full moons cause spring tides, but March’s worm moon wasn’t a regular one—it was a supermoon.
A 5-year-old girl and her dad were the first people to see the walrus when it made a rare appearance on Ireland's shores.
The Marieta Islands in Mexico are home to Playa del Amor—a hidden beach uncovered by military test bombings in the 1900s.
Slow clap for sea cucumbers, whose excretory achievements could help slow climate change damage to the Great Barrier Reef.
Calling all cross-stitchers, knitters, and sewers. Pela Case’s stitch iPhone case lets you design your patterns on its compostable, biodegradable case.
Find out how brands like Park Projects, National Geographic, L.L. Bean, and more support the U.S. national parks through their unique product lines.