We don’t eat our sharks in the Galápagos Islands, though they are — so to speak — our bread and butter.
Odd as it may seem, this iconic film helped inspire the careers of many young oceanographers.
This year has seen a monumental shift in attitude toward consuming shark fin.
Despite their tumultuous history, jaguars and humans are learning to live together in Costa Rica.
The market for illegal wildlife products is rapidly increasing — but this group aims to stop this trend in its tracks.
With their new publication, two marine biologists fulfill a lifelong dream — and describe 25 new species.
People can only protect nature if they have the knowledge, means and economic motivation to do so.
Technology has revolutionized how scientists collect ecological data. So how can we make sense of it all?
Sixty scientists report that lemurs are the Earth’s most endangered primates.
On World Population Day, here are a few things to celebrate.