Some fish turn aggressive when they have to share limited resources.
The answer to this question lies in the breaking of specific chemical bonds by heat.
The hormone-disrupting chemical makes it hard for fish to recognise their own species.
Ancient reef foretells the possible fate of modern coral reef ecosystems.
In the case of the snail, the eggs came first.
A trip to the Deep Oceans exhibition at the Australian Museum changed our perspective on these alleged neck nibblers.
Researchers are looking at the club of the Peacock mantis shrimp as inspiration for designing strong materials.
Effective camouflage technique give octopi an evolutionary advantage.
Thousands of Giant Spider Crabs (Leptomithrax gaimardii) congregate in Port Phillip Bay every year before their winter moult.