The symbiotic relationship between anemonefishes and their host sea anemones has long been studied, but now researchers have found a new benefit to the invertebrate partner.
Regular CORAL Magazine contributor Ronald L. Shimek, PhD, introduces his online series investigating invertebrates, natural selection, and related topics from beyond the coral reef.
One of the most stunning underwater videos we have seen recently. A must-see for reef aquarists and divers alike.
Scientists have long puzzled over a commonly seen Idaho fossil of shark-like teeth arranged in a circle. Completely unlike anything seen in living fishes and has long posed a conundrum for science. Now a team at the Idaho Museum of Natural History has theorized how the saw-blade like structure might have fit into the jaws of prehistoric ancestors of modern sharks known as chimeras.
Most aquarists will likely credit Rising Tide with a species first, but it’s far more complicated…