I love St Paddy’s Day. I’m Scots-Irish-Australian, so I never drink (baddum-tish!), but I do like bangers and mash and all things gaelic. In pondering…View More The lack of the Irish!
If any readers out there want to spoil the ladies of DSN with some diamonds, we will gladly accept any of these lovely pieces from…View More Undersea jewelry (and sparkling diamonds) from Tiffany & Co.
In January 2004, Mathew Jones was processing the bycatch from New Zealand lobster stock assessment. Six fish including a silverside, Bollons’ rattail, jock stewart, dark…View More The unusual diet of deep-sea fish
I’m delighted to present this guest post from Dr. Michelle Staudinger, a post-doc at the University of Missouri Columbia and stationed at the National Climate Change…View More Guest post: The stunning deep-water biodiversity of the Bear Seamount
Like manna from heaven, food from above rains on the deep. Those productive shallow waters full of light, photosynthesis, and food are an extreme contrast…View More With a snail’s help a fish transitions from dying to dead
On May 4th a colleague of mine, Dr. Brian Sidlauskas, curator for the fish collection of Oregon State University, received this email. Respected Prdf. Brian; On…View More Robbing Museums
Tongue biters have been in my inbox a few times lately. If you’ve managed never to come across these interesting little isopods before, they are…View More No fish is an island
Aside from having one of the best common names around, the Sarcastic fringehead (Neoclinus blanchardi, a type of über-blenny) has an extraordinary way of defending…View More TGIF – In Your FACE!
From the always epic National Geographic youtube stream.View More TGIF – Fish Versus “Sargassum”
From the always epically entertaining MBARI Video.View More The Deep: Home of BIG TEETH