Scientists from the UK and Australia are harnessing the power of sound to encourage fish to return to the Great Barrier Reef.
The ‘Salmon Cannon’ is the equivalent of a waterslide for fish that takes them on the ride of their lives.
According to dieticians and nutrition specialists, there’s a generally accepted hierarchy of nutritional value when it comes to animal protein. Let the bickering begin.
The ocean surrounding Cape Town is so polluted that chemicals are now accumulating in the flesh of fish.
Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita was horrified by the combs, bottle tops, and other plastics that he recently found inside a fish.
Thanks to the skilled manoeuvring of a remote-operated vehicle 125 metres below the surface, scientists on a research expedition near Sodwana managed to capture the rare fish.
Roman Fedortsov, a fisherman from Russia, finds and photographs bizarre-looking creatures at the bottom of the sea.
A viral video on Facebook shows hundreds of salmon crossing a road at high speeds in Washington. They’re clearly thirsty.
The coelacanth has survived everything the last 420 million years have had to throw at it, but now its toughest challenge may just be beginning.
South Africa is renowned for its unique beauty, diverse people and rolling mountains. However, under its seas is where the real magic happens.
Back in the day, salmon in Japan was not a sushi option.You see, the salmon that was found in the country contained small parasites which would make you ill if consumed, so the Japanese basically avoided it at all costs.
You know today is only the 11th of January, right? Unfortunately, that December payday was meant to cover you up until the 25th, but alas…
The freshest fish in Cape Town may come from the harbour, but the real trick is serving it up to a discerning audience and doing it well.
Parents will know that children can be fussy eaters, which is why one Cape Town father is so furious with the behaviour of the seafood chain.
Seals in Cape Town harbours aren’t the only ones chomping on the freshest of fish on a weekly basis. Hey, you don’t even have to perform tricks.
Financial advertising can take its toll portraying their idealist journeys through the world, but this one turns the genre on its head and gets real smooth.
Seriously, Obama must be the best dude in the world to hang out with while doing all that nature stuff.
Whist here at home we have the coelacanth, a fish that may look like it could walk were it to ever emerge from the depths, folks over in Australia have a different problem altogether.
Whilst this little guy might not be ready for the open road just yet some scientists have created a fish-friendly mode of transport. No, it’s not a tank.
After two years of analysis and head scratching experts have finally identified this giant blob of a sea monster. It is…. a placental jellyfish. This was confimed by studying various markings and, of course, its gonads! Good job folks… If only we knew what ate that shark a few weeks ago we could all rest […]
A group of models have hit a new low, literally, as Van Wong, an engineer-turned-photographer, has executed an incredible photoshoot among the shipwrecks and seaweed of the ocean floor.
This little guy will literally bust your balls. The pacu is a relative of the piranha, so you can only imagine the damage it can cause if given the chance. These fish are normally found in the Amazon, but fisherman put Scandinavian swimmers on high alert after a pacu was found in the Oresund Sound.
Remember An Inconvenient Truth? You watched it, right? This may shock you, but the vast majority of the planet we live on is constituted of aquatic environments, and inhabited by aquatic species. A new film premiering in South Africa later this month, The End Of The Line, is An Inconvenient Truth for the ocean. [VIDEO]