The extreme heat in recent weeks has already sparked wildfires and led to thousands of heat-related deaths in Europe, but that warmth hasn't been limited to the land.
Warmer waters tend to favor animals high in the food chain, which become more active and need more food -- and it's their prey who pay for that increased activity
Humanity must drastically cut its greenhouse gas emissions or face increasingly catastrophic changes to the world's climate
University of Queensland researchers and global marine experts reviewed marine biology literature and categorised a wide range of threats
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said the government will establish one marine academy in each division of the country
At Miramar Beach in Peru's popular resort of Ancon, there are no bathers despite the summer heat. Instead, it teems with workers in coveralls cleaning up an oil spill
Tongans said they were determined to rebuild their battered homeland in the wake of last week's devastating eruption and tsunami as a massive clean up continued Saturday in the Pacific kingdom
The discovery will enhance scientists’ understanding of carbon cycling and nutrient availability in this rapidly warming and changing environment
Some 16 new species have been added to the list of fish in the country. A group of researchers of Chittagong University has identified these species in and around St. Martin's Island in the ...
The government has approved the ‘Dolphin Conservation Action Plan’ to protect the habitat of dolphins, said environment, forests and climate change minister Md Shahab Uddin
The government recently took a major step to improve the protection of threatened sharks and rays by updating the list of species and species groups under the Wildlife (Conservation and Security) Act ...
The carcasses of dolphins and whales have been washing up on the shore. Fishermen are netting sailfish and string rays. Experts see that as a significant change in the marine environment
The carcass of a humpback whale washed ashore on the Himchhari beach adjacent to Cox's Bazar-Teknaf marine drive on Friday morning
Despite living in a watery world, the team found that bottlenose dolphins burn 17 per cent less energy per day than expected for a marine mammal of their size