Scientists genetically modified jellyfish in order to make their neurons light up.
Authorities at Colombia's airport in Bogotá found and confiscated hundreds of arthropods that German travelers had illegally collected and stashed in a suitcase.
Sailors aboard a gas tanker spotted and filmed a rare encounter with a white sperm whale near Jamaica.
Researchers discovered the fossils of two previously unknown armored marine worms named Excalibur and Shuriken.
A newly identified species of ichthyosaur had big teeth to attack large prey, possibly including other marine reptiles.
Paleontologists in Chile have found the remains of an ankylosaur that represents a new dinosaur lineage.
Haast's eagle may have hunted large prey like an eagle, but its eating habits — targeting the internal organs — were more like those of a vulture.
Some sea creatures have arms, others have tentacles and a few have both. So, what's the difference between these appendages?
A new study claims that a fossil previously believed to be the first known four-legged snake is actually more lizard-like than serpentine.
The U.K. government has included cephalopods and some crustaceans in a new bill that recognizes sentient animals.
Jumping spiders are a diverse bunch. Some are drab, while others sport a dazzling array of colors and patterns. And they really can jump.