Is it a mermaid? A siren? ...Wait, is it a dugong?
How do animals in the deep blue sea manage to disappear?
How one species is already feeling the pinch of rising temperatures.
Could seagrass hold the key to cleaning up our oceans?
Why urban environments could be the future of conservation.
Why do some people also enjoy a cold dip at Christmas?
Emma Farley's work focuses on understanding exactly what the switches in
our genome look like, and how they...
Zebrafish have lubricated joints similar to those in humans and other land animals
When we think of wildlife we don't tend to consider old demolition sites prime habitats, but maybe we should give...
The science behind frying, and top tips on getting your fish perfect
A wetsuit has been designed which could render the wearer either invisible or repellent to sharks...
How studying fish can help us to turbot-charge heart research...
UK supermarkets back the campaign to cut tuna fishing, but is this enough?
And finally it’s time for our Gene of the Month, and this time it’s the cute and cuddly Panda.
How can more than 100 different species of coral spawn at the same time?
Kat sinks a rather fishy tale, in this week's mythconception.
Kat Arney dispells the myth that Sharks don't get cancer
Why do the bacteria in deep-sea mussels have so many toxin-
The loss of megafauna and their poo are starving the world's oceans of nutrients like phosphorus...
Zebras' stripes make it difficult for predators to catch them- or
that's what we thought before new...
A binge-eating fish in Mexico shares a genetic mutation
found in obese people but unlike humans, these fish stay...
We finally find out what has happened to Jolle's stickleback fish!
This tiddler of British waters camouflages by changing colour...
Zebrafish can make their own sunscreen