[:en]Call to reform fisheries policy over stock collapse concerns as data reveals some fleets exceed 28 times their allowed limit
[:en]Bottom trawling by fishermen may be even more damaging than previously thought, affecting the seabed as seriously as intensive ploughing of farmland erodes the soil, according to a new Spanish stud
[:en]Sixteen pilot whales, including four calves, have died in a mass stranding on the coast of Fife in Scotland as rescuers fought a desperate battle to save others.
[:en]Ocean acidification caused by climate change is making it harder for creatures from clams to sea urchins to grow their shells, and the trend is likely to be felt most in polar regions, scientists said on Monday
[:en]For the bottlenose dolphins of Shark Bay, Australia, functional fashion seems to be all the rage, with inclusion in cliques dependent on whether one is wearing a nose sponge new research suggests.
[:en]A network of marine reserves planned around Britain will fail to safeguard some of the most important wildlife habitats.
[:en]European governments are backsliding on commitments to make fishing sustainable, campaigners are warning.
[:en]Accoustical trauma is the cause of the Mass Mortality Event that killed an estimated one thousand dolphins along the coast of northern Peru in March 2012.
[:en]In the last decade enormous plagues of jellyfish have been taking over the seas. And it is our fault.