How Bleached Coral Reefs Permanently Change Local Fish Communities
A new study found that bleached reefs had fewer predators such as snappers and groupers and more plant-eating fish such as parrotfish and rabbitfish.
'Nature Is Always Speaking': Proposed Dams Threaten Indigenous People and Wildlife in Central America
More than 400 dams are currently proposed for Central America's rivers, but thanks largely to a feisty indigenous resistance—as well as a non-profit—they are still yet to be built.
Biologists, Divers, and Fishers Are Creating Inventive Tools to Combat a Lionfish Invasion
Lionfish are non-native invaders introduced to Florida waters 30 years ago that have since proliferated to pestilent levels and unleashed an ecological crisis that is only getting worse
Selective Logging Damages Fish Populations as Much as Clear-Cutting
A recent study out of Malaysia illustrates that even responsible logging practices severely harm local fish populations.
Will Decreasing Rainfalls Destroy Hawaii's Waterfall-Climbing Fish?
The fish, called O'opu, have developed the ingenious ability to climb hundreds of feet up the side of waterfalls in order to breed.
A Short Sequence of Fish DNA Could Change Our Understanding of Virus Reproduction
Researchers in Tokyo discovered a strain of herpes contained in a "jumping gene" found in fish and humans—the implications are still unknown.
How Many Fish Does It Take to Lower Your Stress Level?
New research finds just the implication of aquatic life has an effect, but more sea creatures produce a greater impact.
Tuna Helper: How a Fish Statistician Got Famous and Changed a Country's Mind
Toshio Katsukawa is working to get the Japanese to eat only fish whose populations aren’t endangered.
How a Fish-Filleting Robot Could Eliminate Ridiculous Maritime Voyages
And the extra pollution that comes with them.