• Moon Jelly | Oceana

    oceana.org 15 Aug '17, 4am

    Though the moon jelly lives throughout the epipelagic zone , it is most commonly found near the coast and in upwelling areas, where its prey occurs in higher concentrations. This species is not a very strong swimmer, so they are often found on beaches after strong storms or tides that...

  • Barndoor Skate | Oceana

    oceana.org 13 Aug '17, 2am

    Barndoor skates are active predators on continental shelves off the east coast of North America. This species is known to live from shallow coastal waters to depths of at least 2500 feet (750 m). Like most skates and rays, they live on the seafloor, where they hunt a variety of invert...

  • Future Protected Area Could Help Combat Destructive Fishing on Peru’s Northern Coast | Oceana

    oceana.org 08 Aug '17, 8pm

    Often when Alberto Jacinto looks out to the ocean from his home on Peru's northern coast, the first thing he sees is a boat with a tightly woven net hung off its sides like wings. The shrimp trawler always stands out not just because of its size, but because of what it’s doing to loca...

  • Saving the Philippines' last untouched coral reefs | Oceana

    oceana.org 07 Aug '17, 2am

    Hundreds of miles off the Philippine coast, an untouched oasis lies beneath the waves. Terraces of coral sprawl into the dim blue. Tropical fish weave through huge sea sponges. Whale sharks and tiger sharks occasionally glide overhead. This Shangri-La is Benham Bank, and it’s one of t...

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  • Manta ray brainpower blows other fish out of the water

    Manta ray brainpower blows other fish out of the water | Oceana

    oceana.org 01 Aug '17, 8pm

    Every family has an overachiever. For fish, that title goes to manta rays. They’re giant, charismatic and basically geniuses. Mantas have huge brains — the biggest of any fish — with especially developed areas for learning, problem solving and communicating. The giant rays are playful...

  • On a remote island, baby albatrosses suffer from a diet of plastic trash | Oceana

    oceana.org 02 Aug '17, 3am

    Fledging season has arrived on Midway Atoll, a remote Pacific island where millions of albatrosses raise their chicks. But as the atoll’s youngsters spread their wings and shed their wispy gray down feathers, they leave behind something else: plastic — and tons of it. Albatross parent...

  • Photos: How Cuttlefish Master the Art of Disguise | Oceana

    oceana.org 05 Aug '17, 6pm

    This week marks International Cephalopod Awareness Days , a time to celebrate these invertebrates and bring attention to their conservation. Earlier this week, Oceana discussed octopus vision , and also recently celebrated them during Cephalopod Week . Now, Oceana is bringing attentio...

  • Are eyes the window to a shark's soul? Maybe not--but they do have some spectacular adaptions

    5 incredible ways shark and ray eyes create super-sensitive vision | Oceana

    oceana.org 28 Jul '17, 8pm

    In the 1975 film Jaws, shark-hunter Quint described the eponymous villain’s peepers as lifeless and black, “like a doll’s eyes.” But Jaws got a laundry list of things wrong, and eyes are no exception. Sharks and their ray relatives boast a dazzling diversity of pupil shapes and eye si...

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