The Water Column

Blue Zoo: Epaulette Shark

Also known as the walking shark, this charming little creature uses its fins to crawl on the seafloor. Read More »


Testing the Waters in the Netherlands

Sarah Bedolfe is a California native who returns to her Dutch roots to pursue her Master’s at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands Read More »


Pass the Poutine, s’il vous plait.

Melissa Lenker is a young conservationist, attending McGill University in Quebec, Canada for her Masters. Read More »


5 Everyday Things More Dangerous Than Sharks

Sharks are attacked by humans much more often than humans are attacked by sharks – and we have plenty of other bigger dangers to fear! Read More »


Infographic: Whale Shark

The whale shark’s claim to fame is that it is the world’s biggest fish – but there’s even more to it than meets the eye. Read More »


Young Wavemakers: Sean Russell

Young activist Sean Russell created a program in order to help kids get involved in ocean conservation. Read More »


The Reel: Losing Nemo

A talented creative team donated their free time to make this beautiful and powerful animated film about overfishing. Read More »


Blue Zoo: Pygmy Seahorse

These tiny reef creatures are so hard to find, the first one wasn’t discovered until 1969! Read More »


The Weekly Dive Vol. 73

US Navy and Coast Guard prepare to operate in an ice-free Arctic; dolphin escapes captivity and reunites with pod; & more ocean news! Read More »


Blue Zoo: Harlequin Shrimp

These little crustaceans specialize in hunting sea stars and can even take down the formidable crown of thorns sea star. Read More »


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