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Scientists discover sea snake can dehydrate for months

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Yellow-bellied sea snake can reconstitute itself after heavy rains

Bleaching makes fish reckless

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Coral bleaching makes fish behave recklessly. Instead of staying hidden at home, they stray out, making them easy prey for predators.

Seahorses hunt by stealth

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Seahorses may be slow swimmers yet capture evasive prey using a technique known as the ‘pivot’ feeding

Healing of a Shark's Bite

Great White Shark Bitten
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Tourists alters stingray behavior

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Stingrays living in Stingray City in the Cayman Islands — have profoundly changed their ways, reports a new study published in the journal PLOS One.

Noise affects crabs

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Ship noise affects crab metabolism, with largest crabs faring worst

Same-sex flirts makes fish more attractive

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Female fish are attracted to males that "flirt" with other males, a study has found.

Sperm whales sleep vertically while drifting

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Some sperm whales in the wild slumber vertically for short periods of time, and perform slow rhythmic dives as they literally drift to a complete sleep.

Tiger shark grabs camera and swims off

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Fish get emotional too

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Have you ever heard of a fish being undecided? Or thought of them as having emotions? Perhaps not. Well, now it turns out that fish, like humans, process information—and perhaps emotions—on different sides of the brain.
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