Despite what you may have read in the recesses of the internet (or even heard on the History Channel, for that matter), methane bubbles aren't causing freak incidents in the Bermuda Triangle.
The Northwest Passage is ironically primed to become a massive, energy-efficient trade route as the melting of its ice gradually frees waterways.
Our notion that the deep sea is a menacing place of unknown terror and violence is perpetually confirmed by pretty much every submarine video.
After quite the battle, he did end up catching the 83-inch, 552-pound fish.
This ship's living accommodations are dope. There's a gym, sauna and whirlpool. They'll even sing you happy birthday over the intercom. If you don't mind taking your sweet time and can canoodle your way on board, cargo travel seems like the way to go.
They aren't even fish, some of them are immortal and they are composed of ninety-five percent water. Jellyfish are proof that we inhabit an infinitely mysterious universe.
Diver with balls of steel Josh Eccles was in the waters of Jupiter Florida when a shiver of sharks approached him. We're probably unduly personifying this fish, but it does kinda seem like the big guy nudged into Josh asking for him to remove the big piece of metal protruding from his underside.
Give 'er a good ol' hook to the face before promptly returning it to the sea whence it came.
Adam Fisk was a mile out from the coast when he realized he had hooked something major on the end of his line.
When a fishy friend needs your help, you go running — even if that fishy friend has scary chompers and a thirst for blood.
A simple stabilization effect and the right music make, what could have been run-of-the-mill dive footage, something spectacular.
Earth's oceans are filthy, and it's getting worse. Scientists predict there could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.
The Vikings were around for fewer than 300 years, but their legacy can still be heavily felt today.
China is slowly and methodically laying claim to the South China sea. They insist it's not militaristic but their actions indicate otherwise.
Not to spoil things, but — neither one really wins. One does lose, though.
There's no denying it: seals are puppies of the sea. They're just here to hang out and make friends.
Those little discs do more than just help octopi stick to things. They can smell, taste and, to a certain extent, "think."
A photographer captures a Staten Island coast in transition, as a mostly abandoned community returns to marshland.