The silent guide to every show, Scampi the Shrimp® doesn't mind reminding everyone who does all the real work around here, especially since he has to suffer through all of Toro's jokes, which seem to make Scampi's day even longer.
Since the rest of The Super Fins cover their respective topics, Scampi covers overall topics of conservation and breaking news.
By Ker Than, Stanford University An unprecedented pattern of extinction in the oceans today that selectively targets large-bodied animals over smaller creatures is likely driven by human fishing, according to a new Stanford-led study. “We’ve […]
From NASA A NASA airborne mission designed to transform our understanding of Earth’s valuable and ecologically sensitive coral reefs has set up shop in Australia for a two-month investigation of the Great Barrier Reef, the […]
From Exeter University Professor Simpson, who has listened to the vocalisations of fish using sophisticated underwater listening equipment, has identified variations in the “voices” of cod from America and Europe. Different ‘dialects’ have been found […]
Tokyo – Radioactive contamination in the seabed off the Fukushima coast is hundreds of times above pre-2011 levels, while contamination in local rivers is up to 200 times higher than ocean sediment, according to results […]
From NOAA RELATED STORIES:How are satellites used to observe the ocean?Why do scientists measure sea surface temperatures?What is the difference between a hurricane, a cyclone, and a