Changing Planet As island people and Worldwide Voyage sailors, we have a close relationship with food from the sea. Along with being a healthy source of lean protein, fish caught on the Hōkūleʻa and Hikinalia
Wildlife Guest post bySolomon David, postdoctoral research associate, Shedd Aquarium Last week, when colleague Phil Willink showed me photos sent to him by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton took a lesson out of Rasheed Wallace's book Wednesday, a few days before his team takes on the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Reporters had multiple questions for Newton,
A relative of Alexander the Great may lie in the 2,300-year-old burial site. Fans of ancient history are laying bets on who was buried in the dark heart of a massive marble-walled tomb that is slowly to
Wildlife In honor of Shark Week, for the next few days I am going to be posting some cool facts and photos of the sharks I have had the pleasure of swimming with. Check out the Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus
James Nestor says diving the ocean shows how much we can learn about our planet and its inhabitants—including us. When James Nestor first witnessed free diving, he nearly threw up. Then he got hooked.
Forty-seven pterosaur skeletons unearthed at Brazilian site, study says. Nearly 50 skeletons of a new species of ancient flying reptile have been unearthed in southern Brazil, an "absolutely unprecedented"
Wildlife As American radio listeners from Boston to Birmingham listened live, the New York Zoological Society’s William Beebe announced that “a school of brilliantly illuminated jellyfish with pale green