Phragmatopoma californica breathes over its entire body, poops from near its mouth, and reproduces with other worms despite living inside a tube.
Bay Nature stories about the Pacific Ocean.
As technology and seafloor maps improve, a new picture of California’s undersea life emerges
So far no policy has been created to protect carbon storage in the ocean, which is Earth’s largest carbon sink and a central element of our planet’s climate cycle.
Point Reyes National Seashore staff returned from the government shutdown to find a new master of the beach.
Learn about the small snail Crepidula fornicata, the anemone whose babies crawl out its mouth, and gymnastic barnacle sex.
We’re used to bodies having front and back, top and bottom, left and right. But as some common California tidepool creatures show, there’s a totally different way of living.
No whale watch boat captain worth his or her salt is going to guarantee a whale sighting on any particular trip. But Captain Joe Nazar and the rest of the San Francisco Whale Tours crew on the good ship Kitty … Read more
Scientific names can be a pain. But they’re a way to see the world around us with greater clarity.
Check out any Pacific coast tidepool for a chance to see the evidence of a common invertebrate going to war over the difference between us and them.
Marine animals adjust their lives to the weather just like you do.