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The moon might seem like a mysterious, distant speck in the night sky, but, truth is, we know more about its backside than we do about four-...
The new knob-tailed gecko hatched on October 16 from an egg laid in mid-August. These geckos can grow to about 5 1/2 inches and are found ...
Coral reefs cover less than...
The lateral line is found along the head and body of fish, just under the skin. It helps to detect movement, vibrations and changes in press...
This variety of anthias, named for the brightly-colored squares located right behind their pectoral (front) fins.
Anthias species are...
What is traceability?
Traceability refers to the ability to rapidly and accurately track and trace seafood through the entire supply c...
Image via Flickr user Eduardo Duarte.
This South American region spans 6.7 million square kilometers and supports nearly 10 percent of the ...
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, NJ provided initial care before transferring him to the National Aquarium for long-term c...
These bottom dwellers are found throughout the South Pacific and Indian Oceans. Once attached to a reef, they remain there for life. For a ...
These black-and-white beauties are found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Like their orange-hued counterparts, saddleback clownfish have a stro...