Huge Sea-Life Sculptures Made From Ocean's Plastic TrashHuge sculptures of sea life are dotted about New Orleans' aquarium and zoo, all of them made from plastic trash that washed ashore.
12-year-Old French Skipper Sails Into The Record BooksAt just 12 years old, French sailor Tom Goron crossed the North Sea last week on a one-person boat in record time.
Beluga Calf Rescued Off Alaska Moved To SeaWorld San AntonioAn endangered beluga whale calf rescued off Alaska's coast was swimming in his new home Friday at SeaWorld San Antonio after a cross-country flight.
Prime Minister Of Barbuda: 'The Island Is Barely Habitable'The trail of damage Category 5 Hurricane Irma left behind and the stories of those affected are becoming more clear.
$2,000 A Pound Price Tag Threatens Eel PopulationAlthough not a well-known seafood item like the Maine lobster, wriggling baby eels, or elvers, are a fishery worth many millions of dollars.
National Aquarium's Oldest Dolphin, Nani, Dies At 44The National Aquarium says its oldest Atlantic bottlenose dolphin has died.
Exxon Names New CEO Darren Woods To Replace Rex TillersonExxon Mobil on Wednesday named its No. 2 executive as chairman and CEO after Rex Tillerson, was picked by Donald Trump as his secretary of State nominee.
Arctic Sea Ice Hits Record Monthly Low For 7th Time In 2016Though this is the time the Arctic is supposed to be refreezing, scientists say sea ice there hit record low levels for November.
5-Year Old Bitten By Shark Near Galveston Authorities in Galveston, Texas, say a 5-year-old girl has been taken to a hospital after a shark bit her leg.
Arlington Mother Falls Overboard From Cruise ShipThe Coast Guard is searching for a missing passenger from the Carnival Liberty cruise ship after a 33-year-old Arlington mother fell overboard.
2015 Sets Record For Most Shark Attacks, With 98 WorldwideExperts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including 30 in Florida and two in Texas.