The deep-sea Osedax bone-devouring worms could easily have been the poster child for Deep-Sea News instead of the Giant Squid. I love them because Osedax are…View More How do bone-eating worms eat bones?
I am annoyingly the first one to return to the surface after any scuba dive. My bottom time exploring the wonders of the aquatic realm…View More I’m the modern day equivalent of a massive Carboniferous dragonfly
I have a confession. I am obsessed with ridiculously large and small things. While other children impatiently anticipated toys for Christmas, I enjoyed just as…View More Craig With Big Things (and Small Things)
This week the best part of the 90s has returned in full force with the Niantic’s release of Pokémon Go. You guys, this is like…View More The Worst Ocean Environments to “Catch Em’ All”
In which Dr. Milton Love ruins the magic behind Finding Dory with Science, but we love him anyways. TUNE IN HEREView More Science Spoiler Alert: Finding Dory
A comment on Reddit reminded me of a question that I have received many times. The question is always a good one because it stems…View More Under Pressure: Will Deep-Sea Animals Explode or Implode on the Surface?
Yes, according to a recent study by Lancaster and colleagues. Many marine mammals are precocial in that the young are relatively mature and mobile from the moment…View More Do baby dolphins hear their parents?
The beloved animated series, SpongeBob SquarePants, is the wonderful creation of animator Stephen Hillenburg. What you may not know is that Hillenburg is a marine…View More The real-life cousins of SpongeBob
Sub-Neritic Gentrification For November we will be doing some deep thinking about deep-sea mollusks in an attempt to understand the complex history and adaptations of…View More Malacology Monthly: Going Deep
You will never see the Ninja Lanternshark coming, not because it’s dark and elusive, but because you won’t be swimming below 1,000 feet deep off…View More Ninja Lanternshark: the New Shark Species You Will Never See Coming