Recife, Brazil, has taken a shockingly non-hysterical approach to reducing shark attacks. Fly fishers everywhere call it catch-and-release.
Reacting to an uptick in fatal great white shark attacks, the country’s Conservative Party has decided to kill any shark that comes anywhere near the beach.
We kill 100 million sharks a year -- many of them just for their fins. If we keep this up, Shark Week is going to be just a whole lotta blue.
This grandson of Jacques just lived in a James Bond-style undersea capsule, studying the effects of ocean acidification on coral reefs.
Turbo-charged trade winds have kept the hot side hot and the cool side cool, according to a new study. Sadly, it’s not gonna last.
Climate change? BORING, says this scientist. That can be solved, however, with a little help from Star Wars.
With roughly 13 acres of hydroponic growing space, this thing looks like something straight out of some techno-utopia.
Not only will this bugger power your phone, it will tell you what's happening at the park before you even get there.
Everyone knows that any intelligent life form is going to have a massive carbon tentacle-print. Now, thanks to a newfangled telescope, that should be easy to spot.
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