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great barrier reef

How did this huge reef structure remain hidden for so long?

October 27th, 2020

Researchers mapping the Great Barrier Reef have discovered a new reef structure that had never been documented before. The reef structure is like a large spire jutting out from the seafloor and stretching up 500 meters toward the surface. The new portion of the reef has been explored using an underwater robot. Australia’s Great Barrier …

whale breath record

Whale stuns scientists by holding its breath for nearly 4 hours

September 24th, 2020

Researchers studying the diving habits of beaked whales observed one specific whale staying beneath the surface for huge lengths of time. The whale stayed underwater for nearly three hours during the first round of observations, and then a week later it nearly reached the four-hour mark. It’s possible that sonar signals from Navy activity in …

whale sharks

The biggest fish on Earth are girls

September 16th, 2020

Scientists discovered that whale sharks grow differently based on their gender. Male sharks grow faster than females, but females ultimately get much, much larger than their male counterparts. Female whale sharks can reach a maximum size of around 46 feet in length. There are many different types of fish in the world’s oceans. Species vary …

ocean pollution

Plastic smells like food to sea turtles, scientists say

March 10th, 2020

Plastics in the ocean smell like food to sea turtles, a new study published in Current Biology reveals.  Plastic waste catches microorganisms and algae, becoming indistinguishable from food.  Sea turtles are often found with plastic waste in their stomachs, and this study reveals why.  Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories. Sea turtles gravitate toward waste …

squid egg sac

You’ll never guess what’s hiding in this giant sea blob

October 28th, 2019

If you’ve ever wanted to explore an alien land full of bizarre creatures, diving into Earth’s oceans is about as close as you’re ever going to get. The incredible diversity of wildlife in the oceans means that no two trips below the waves are the same, and as a team of researchers recently discovered, even …