The new squid diva is 24ft long. How does she measure up? I just happen to have data sitting on my computer to address that…View More Giant Denizens of the Deep are Molluscs!
PZ beat me to the punch (I really think he should be penalized for the time zone difference). Japanese researchers, the same group that caught…View More Kraken Video!
Let’s face it Peter Etnoyer is a handsome devil. With my bald head and his underwear model looks we might just be the sexiest bloggers…View More Peter Etnoyer is a Handsome Devil
In one of the earliest papers on the deep-sea fauna, Mosely (1880, p.593) noted, “Some animals appear to be dwarfed by deep-sea conditions.” Almost a…View More ARCHIVE: 25 Things You Should Know About the Deep Sea: #7 Most Deep-Sea Organisms Are Miniatures of Their Shallow Water Relatives
In the first wave attack ordered by the Squid Overlords, deep-sea microbes will invade the air. As you already know the second wave attack will…View More Deep-Sea Organisms Are Invading
You ask and we deliver! And if you have ever had any doubt we are the baddest blog ever, we have carnivorous sponge video! Bolstered…View More Carnivorous Sponge Video!
A team under the Deep Atlantic Stepping Stones project possibly has unofficially discovered a new species of deep-sea eel. According to the explorers, numerous underwater…View More ARCHIVE: 25 Things You Should Know About the Deep Sea: #5 Most Species are Undiscovered/New to Science
The World Conservation Union as released Ecosystems and Biodiversity in Deep Waters and High Seas and you can download your own copy! Excellent information and…View More Something for Your Coffee Table
[The Archaen] was collected at Axial Volcano on the Juan de Fuca Ridge off the coast of Washington and Oregon. Fixing nitrogen at 92 C…View More On Why Deep-Sea Archaen Are Better
The Portsmouth Herald discusses sexual dimorphism, specifically body size, in a cheeky sort of pop press way. This is something we never do (e.g. Man…View More And Females Shall Rule the Deep