Oceans

What Do Sea Urchins Eat – How They Get Food

What Do Sea Urchins Eat – How They Get Food

You wouldn't know it from a casual glance, but a sea urchin has a mouth, lips and teeth, all located in the middle of its underside. They eat using a specialized jaw-like apparatus.

Whale Sharks – Now Officially The World’s Biggest Omnivore

Whale Sharks – Now Officially The World’s Biggest Omnivore

The whale shark is the world's largest omnivore after marine scientists' discovery that whale sharks eat plants. These massive animals are slow-moving, filter-feeding sharks and the largest known existing fish species

Biofluorescence vs Bioluminescence

Biofluorescence vs Bioluminescence

Biofluorescence vs Bioluminescence - Biofluorescent organisms are animals, plants, and bacteria that emit light of one colour when stimulated by another colour. The emitted light is typically shorter in wavelength than the stimulation.

Deep Sea Anglerfish And Light-Producing Bacteria Are In Cahoots

Deep Sea Anglerfish And Light-Producing Bacteria Are In Cahoots

Deep sea anglerfish have a lure on the head that resembles a light bulb. These fish live their lives more than 3,000 feet below the ocean surface where sunlight doesn't reach them

17 Strikingly Different Types of Starfish

17 Strikingly Different Types of Starfish

The starfish is a very hardy animal, they can live for many years without being affected by pollution or other environmental hazards. Many types of starfish have been identified

The Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean is the biggest and deepest of Earth's five oceans. It goes from the Arctic Ocean in the north all the way to Antarctica at the bottom.