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The secret herd of seahorses in Greece
Greek diver Vasilis Mentogiannis was shocked when he found a very rare herd of seahorses on the Chalkidiki peninsula back in 2007. The animals were living in very unfavourable conditions. So this is what he did. But they were living under unfavourable conditions.
We need to start categorising marine heatwaves like hurricanes | View
As marine heatwaves increasingly wreak havoc on ocean ecosystems, a marine research scientist explains why it’s important to start naming and classifying the phenomenon.
What is the environmental impact of Europe's warmer-than-ever seas?
A heatwave in northern Europe means people are likely flocking to the coast to enjoy the warmer water. But what are the environmental costs of Europe's rising sea temperatures?
Watch: Humpback whale rescued from shark net
The whale was rescued off the coast of Queensland after it became entangled in shark nets.
Growing herbs and vegetables under the sea
An Italian research team has created the world's first underwater farm.
Menswear and more: what to pack this summer.
Living it summer essentials for men: fashion, grooming and lifestyle.
"Waste to wear" project makes clothes out of discarded fishing nets
The Healthy Seas project is trying to protect fish from getting trapped in plastic nets
Brief from Brussels: Plastic is not fantastic
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU draws the battle lines against plastics, announcing plans to ban single-use products, amid
Plastic pollution 10,000 metres under the sea
Scientists have compiled evidence of plastic debris on the sea bed in the deepest and most remote parts of the world’s oceans.
What plastic objects cause the most waste in the sea?
The problem of plastic pollution in the seas is well known, but what everday items you use are most often found in the world's oceans?
Surfing scientists and algae hunters use Sentinel-3 to study coastline
We meet a surfing scientist and toxic algae hunters to see how Sentinel-3 satellite data is used to study the coastline of the English Channel in this month's episode of Space.
Genital-breathing ‘punk turtle’ joins endangered species list
The new list ranks reptiles on a combination of how endangered and unusual they are.
Brexit brings opportunity for UK fishing boom: report
If the UK switches to sustainable fishing, it could increase its catch by almost 30% over the next decade, according to new research.
British yachtsman, John Fisher, presumed lost at sea
The British yachtsman, John Fisher, is presumed lost at sea after falling overboard in the Southern Ocean during gale force winds.
World's oldest known message in a bottle discovered in Australia
A couple found the bottle with a rolled up note inside 132 years after it was thrown overboard a German ship.
Glowing phytoplankton light up California coast.
Once the wind picks back up, the phytoplankton will be dispersed through the waves, and the glow will disappear.
New exhibition explores golden age of ocean travel
An exhibition at London's Victoria & Albert museum allows visitors to travel back in time to the golden age of ocean liner travel.
Half a day in La Digue, Seychelles
We continue our island hopping in the Indian Ocean’s Seychelles, an idyllic place to surrender to the harmony of a natural world and discover island
In a first lifeguard's drone saves swimmers in Australia
A drone helped save two teenage swimmers struggling in powerful surf on the Australian coastline on Thursday, in what the local authorities called a "world first".
Underwater with Blancpain
From the Fifty Fathoms to marine adventure photography and real 'Ocean Commitment'.