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Ribbon Eel

This is the most amazing thing you’ll see today: a ribbon eel filmed swimming in the oceans off Lembeh, Sulawesi, Indonesia. Hit play or go to Link [YouTube] – via Ever So Strange

NASA satellite crashes down to Earth

Debris from the satellite is believed to have fallen over Canada and three of the world’s largest oceans. Speculation over where exactly debris from t…

Early man travelled the high seas

Homo erectus may have travelled across the world’s oceans as early as 130,000 years ago. This idea is based on the discovery of stone tools on the isl…

World’s oceans move into ‘extinction phase’

Scientists warn that human activities may have pushed our oceans in to a new “extinction phase”. Marine experts have published a report outlining the …

The world’s largest solar-powered boat

The Turanor PlanetSolar is circumnavigating the world’s oceans to prove that renewable energy can work. To help it through its 50,000km voyage the shi…

Lionfish threatening marine wildlife

Scientists fear the non-native lionfish may be taking over the Caribbean reefs in great numbers. While native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the li…

Diamond oceans may be possible on gas giants

New research has suggested that there could be liquid diamond oceans with solid diamond icebergs floating in Uranus or Neptune. The research is based …

Are the oceans made from comets ?

Earth’s oceans may not have been formed as the result of vapors emitted during early volcanism but may have instead been created from the impact o…

Giant Ethiopian Crack Will Spawn New Ocean

There’s a new giant crack in the desert of Ethiopia, and some scientists think that it will eventually create a new ocean: A 35-mile rift in the desert of Ethiopia will likely become a new ocean eventually, researchers now confirm. The crack, 20 feet wide in spots, opened in 2005 and some geologists believed then that it [...]