As divers, we spend a lot of time thinking about depth. But how deep can nature’s deepest diving animals go? The answer will amaze you.
The effects of global warming are visible everywhere, but perhaps nowhere more so than in the Arctic and Antarctica. Here are five marine species threatened by polar climate change.
In late January, the world saw the first photographs of a stunning new coral reef near the mouth of the Amazon River. Sadly, oil drilling already threatens it.
Often we associate marine-conservation projects with remote parts of the world. But in reality, some of the most important marine-conservation programs take place in an urban environment.
Clenching a regulator combined with pressure underwater can mean dental problems and scuba diving go hand in hand.
The controversial documentary “Blackfish,” featuring killer whale Tilikum sparked a world-wide discussion on cetacean captivity. Now that Tilikum has died, what’s next for SeaWorld and captive cetaceans in general?
Our seas are at risk from every corner. Here are three of the most significant threats to our oceans today.
Many of the world’s best scuba destinations also offer plenty of terrestrial adventure. Here are five of the best dive and topside destinations.
As divers, we spend a lot of time chasing the ocean’s big thrills, but sometimes it’s worth it to take a look at the little guys, like these five amazing crab species.
In recent years, documentaries like The Cove and Blackfish have drawn our attention to the cruelties behind whale and dolphin captivity, which has in turn shone a spotlight on aquariums in general.
Liveaboards offer access to some of the world’s best dive sites as well as a mobile hotel, restaurant, camera room and dive shop, all in one. Here are a few of top new dive liveaboards plying the seas.
The recently expanded Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument has already fallen to second place as the world’s largest marine protected area is established in the Ross Sea.
Two-headed sharks: is this a thing?? Turns out it is, and it’s become an increasingly common phenomenon.
Conservationists hope a potential whale sanctuary in Nova Scotia could provide a home for the remaining 23 whales at SeaWorld’s U.S. parks
One Florida university is putting a new spin on this year’s acrimonious presidential race with a race of its own: The Shark Race to the White House.
The Great Barrier Reef isn’t Australia’s only underwater environment to suffer as a result of climate change. Tasmanian kelp forests have disappeared as well.
Those fighting for whale conservation are in mourning as a contingent of pro-whaling countries have yet again thwarted efforts to establish the South Atlantic Whale Sanctuary.
A recently published scientific paper sheds light on the biodiversity of Hawaii’s deep water reefs.