There are all kinds of reasons why Paulo Bonifácio and Lénaïck Menot have nerd clout. There is, of course, the fact that they just described…View More A Wormy (and Nerdy) Conquest of the Deep
The worn and weary phrase “There’s more fish in the sea” isn’t just cold solace for heartbroken saps, but for shark biologists, this means more discoveries…View More Meet the New Sharks of 2015
This guest post is from Dr. Diva Amon (on Twitter @DivaAmon). Dr. Amon is marine biologist specialising in deep-sea biology, working on a range of environments,…View More Megafauna and Minerals on the Pacific Abyss
via GIPHY The Notorious B.I.G., Mase, and Puff Daddy understand. Increase one variable in a system and another variable rises en suite. For the B.I.G.…View More More Food, More Species
It’s early Monday morning. You really don’t want to work. Well let me help you out. Grab that cup of coffee, grab your mouse, and…View More Play Around With a 3D Snailfish and Octopus Online
From the deep flanks of the atolls and islands of the tropical Pacific, live corals as old as Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Giza. At…View More The Deep-Sea Coral That Is Older and More Awesome Than David Caruso
I asked Tammy Horton, a noted expert on crustaceans, to write this post about the life of her colleague and friend Roger. Roger will be…View More Roger Norman Bamber (1949-2015)
You already know that Deep Sea News provides expert reporting, in-depth analysis, first-person research, and sarcastic mockery of contemporary topics relevant to our ocean world.…View More Malacology Monday
Most sponges, inspiration for dish cleaners and mess absorbers, feed by filtering water through those many holes and channels. Their scientific name, Porifera, literally means…View More Flesh Eating Sponges?
Be worried – us marine scientists are officially taking over the internet. I’m super excited to announce the launch of Deep Sea News on Pinterest. We’re…View More Announcing the DSN Pinterest empire!