An apparently huge marine animal that looks like a combination of a crocodile and an eel has washed up in Australia. But what is it?
Although it’s been more than 150 years since Charles Darwin made the Galapagos Islands famous for its many indigenous species, these remarkable islands are not yet done surprising us.
While most animals simply pass by or hover at a distance, some are interested in interacting with divers, even being playful. Here are a few of the more playful of the bunch.
The project began an ambitious study to attach satellite tags to sharks at Darwin Island to track their movements.
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The discovery has raised a number of exciting questions, including how the turtles generate their biofluorescence, and whether the ability is limited to the Solomon Islands population.
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