Octopuses are generally loners. Squids often form schools. But cuttlefish (or seacuttles if you will)…they outright just don’t get along with one another. In the…View More So what do you call a group of cuttlefish?
Grab your glow sticks. Throw on all the neon swag you can possibly find. Turn up the Calvin Harris and DROP. THAT. BASS. We are going…View More The EDC of the SEA
Coral reefs are synonymous with colorful fish, but in a world teeming with Technicolor extravagance, few fish can rival the psychedelic spectacle of the Mandarinfish.…View More These Are A Few of My Favorite Species: Mandarinfish
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
Isn’t coral reef conservation hard enough without having to also constantly re-invent yourself for every swing of the funding pendulum? Well your friends here at…View More Reef Roulette
It all started on a perfect San Diego summer night, Taco Tuesday to be exact (For those of you who don’t live in the local area,…View More Epic Science Raps of History – A teaser
Fanciful common names of fishes suggest there may be an orchestra in the sea, but this is yet another way the underwater world lets us…View More The Disappointing Reality of Musical Fish
The oceans provides us with most of the oxygen we breath, much of the food we eat, and even all the water we drink, which has passed…View More Six surprising reasons to be thankful for the sea
This extraordinary bit of footage shows quite the highest density of invasive lionfish I’ve ever seen. I was talking to Luiz Rocha during the week…View More TGIF – Zoiks! Lionfish!
The carrier shells of the family Xenophoridae are the most remarkable bunch of snails. Both their common name and their Latin name give away their…View More These Are A Few of My Favorite Species: Carrier Shells