There is always something interesting and unbelievable going on in 70% of the Earth — awesome photographs and mindblowing articles about oceans!
Into The Abyss: 20 Vintage Deep Sea Diving Photos
Venture into the shadowy ocean deep with this gallery of the often bizarre suits that humankind wore in order to first dive below the surface.
Mysterious Fanged Creature Washes Ashore In Texas And No One Knows What It Is
The seemingly eyeless creature most likely washed up as a result of Hurricane Harvey.
Australian Teen’s Legs Won’t Stop Bleeding After Mysterious Sea Creature Attack
"I walked out and saw what I thought was sand covering my calf and shook it off, and by the time I'd walked across the sand about 20 meters...I had blood all over my ankles."
Boating Bros Drag And Mock Shark While Filming Its Misery
Florida authorities are now investigating the incident in an effort to determine whether or not the men responsible should face charges of any kind.
Scientists Finally Figure Out What Killed Off History’s Most Terrifying Shark
For decades, scientists have been unsure how a creature as ferocious as this could have met its end. Now they have an idea.
These Rare Whales Are Dying In Droves And No One Knows Why
They're the most endangered whale on Earth, with only 500 left alive. And now they're dying at alarming rates.
Glow-In-The-Dark ‘Sea Pickles’ Invade The West Coast As Scientists Grow Concerned
Bioluminescent, jelly-like sea creatures known as pyrosomes have left their natural habitat to swarm to the West Coast of the U.S.
Huge Gangs Of Killer Whales Chasing Down And Harassing Alaskan Fishing Boats For Food
Killer whales used to peacefully co-exist with Alaska's fishing boats. Now gangs of the intelligent creatures won't let humans catch a bite.
In First-Ever Australian Deep Sea Investigation, Researchers Discover Unbelievable Marine Life
A team of scientists recently explored Australia's deep sea — here's what they found.
Millions Of Strange Tropical Sea Creatures Mysteriously Found In Canada
"We were kind of scared of them at first," said surprised local fisherman Dobie Lyons. "Afraid to touch them."