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The original mermaid: Dugongs are now ‘functionally extinct’ in China
It is the first time such a charismatic marine megafaunal species has disappeared from Chinese marine waters.
UN makes fifth attempt to finalise ‘urgent’ oceans treaty
After 10 years of negotiations, communities on the frontlines of the ocean crisis are calling for the treaty to be finalised this year.
This mysterious walking shark ‘breaks all the rules’ of survival
This walking shark can survive without oxygen for up to two hours. As the climate changes, it could adapt even further.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef reports record coral growth
Monitoring shows that this vital marine habitat can bounce back from past bleaching events.
Polar opposite: How climate change is altering the Arctic?
The Arctic is warming faster than any other place on the planet, while its wildlife is being slowly poisoned by industrial toxins. Ocean travels to the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard to meet the scientists studying the environmental change taking place in the region.
"The changes in the Arctic do not stay in the Arctic"
Ocean speaks to Professor Kim Holmén, the man monitoring Svalbard's changing environment.
Woman in IC following rare man-of-war sting off Sicily coast
The marine creature is known as one of the most dangerous species in the Mediterranean Sea, but its stings are rarely deadly, although excruciatingly painful.
This microplastic-eating robot fish could help clean up the ocean
Chinese scientists have made the little bot robust enough to survive being digested by other fish and heal itself when damaged.
Pre-historic covid-fighting horseshoe crab at risk of extinction
The sea animal has played a key role in the fight against COVID-19. But now it's threatened with extinction.
Five phrases that made waves at the UN Ocean Conference
Delegates at the UN's Ocean Conference are urging people to 'learn to love sharks' and 'listen to the elders' if they truly want to protect the world's waters.
Is it too late to save the ocean?
In the first episode of the Ocean Calls podcast, Johan Rockström and George Monbiot debate whether it's too late to save the ocean from threats such as climate change and overfishing.
Climate activists demonstrate for the oceans in Portugal
Ocean Rebellion activists protest to mark the opening of a long-delayed UN Oceans Summit in Lisbon.
Good News: Novel kidney transplant technique and Nemo’s Highway
Find out about the huge trial that could see the working week reduced to four days, and how four Latin American countries are protecting migrating sea creatures. Another week, another five great stories to cheer up the weekend. #GoodNews
How Europe helps tackle illegal fishing in the Western Indian Ocean
The ample fish stocks of the Western Indian Ocean provide livelihoods to coastal communities. But this hard-to-control area has become a hotspot for illegal fishing that's now endangering the marine ecosystem.
Fish, vital to Seychelles, are threatened by illegal vessels
Fish provide food and livelihoods to Seychelles residents - but boats from far and wide are a growing threat
Can these plastic-gobbling inventions keep rubbish out of the ocean?
Millions of tonnes of plastic wind up in the ocean every year, killing plants and animals. That’s why companies around the world have developed novel devices to help reduce the ocean plastic problem.
Why we need to save ugly fish from extinction
The ugliest fish are the most in need of our help - here’s how our shallow beauty bias is threatening the planet.
'The sea is clean': People in Gaza finally swim on their beaches again
"We couldn't come before because the sea was polluted and if we did, our children used to come back home with viruses and skin diseases," says one Gazan local.
Activists in Seoul mark World Oceans Day
South Korean environmental activists protest against Japan's plan to dump radioactive water from Fukushima into the sea on World Oceans Day.
Can solar-powered desalination solve the world’s growing water crisis?
Water scarcity is a threat to billions of people worldwide. This company is harnessing the power of the sun and the ocean to make a difference.
World’s largest plant: 180km long seagrass discovered in Australia
Scientists have called for 'serious climate action' to help protect the newly-discovered world's largest plant
AI can track coral reef health through 'song'
The computer algorithm successfully identified reef health 92 per cent of the time.
Plastic waste can now be found and monitored from space
Most of our data on plastic waste comes from models and estimates but this free public tool could soon change that.
Asexual coral is Belize Barrier Reef's secret weapon for success
In Belize, decades of community-based conservation has improved coral coverage on the Belize Barrier Reef from 6 per cent to 60 per cent.
Scientist says she is ‘amazed’ by the size of dolphin clitorises
New research confirms that the animals do experience pleasure when having sex, due to their “large” clitorises.
Could offshore wind turbines actually help coral reefs survive?
Threatened by warming sea temperatures, a project to grow coral reefs on the base of wind turbines is making significant progress.