- Texas A&M University at GalvestonMarine Biology, present
- Lamar University2001
- New York Institute of Photography2013
- Cory Teague Photographyowner, present
U.S. Navy training: Dolphins die after underwater Navy training exercise...
Three dolphins died this month during a Navy training exercise using underwater explosives near the San Diego County coast, authorities said
1.2-Million-Year-Old Stone Tool Unearthed in Turkey | Archaeology | Sci-...
Archaeologists have found a Paleolithic stone flake in the ancient deposits of the Gediz River.
Fossilized fish retina sheds light on colour vision
A fish eye from a primitive time when Earth was but a single continent has yielded evidence of colour vision dating back at least 300 millio
NOAA Lists 20 New Corals as Threatened Under the Endangered Species Act....
In total, 22 species of coral are now protected under the Endangered Species Act, including the two corals (elkhorn and staghorn) listed as
A Lost Way of Making Bodies From Before Skeletons and Shells
The program running on Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill’s computer is deceptively simple. First, it creates a cylinder. As the cylinder grows, it spro
Hundreds of Ice Age fossils found in ancient sinkhole in Wyoming - Teleg...
Treasure trove of extinct prehistoric mammals including North American lion and American cheetah dating back 25,000 years found in cave
Travel bloggers call for conference to cancel dolphin tours
The TBEX travel bloggers’ conference in Cancun is the latest in a string of tourism companies to be put under pressure for their association
Invertebrate populations have dropped by 45 percent in the last four dec...
Much has been said about the loss of bird, mammal, reptile and amphibian species around the world. By current estimates, at least 322 specie
Orca expert's dire warning about Puget Sound orcas
SAN JUAN ISLAND, Wash. — One of the world’s most respected Orca researchers is warning we are at the survival crossroads for the Pacific Nor
Millions of tons of ocean plastic has gone missing
For a decade or more, scientists have assumed our seas carry millions of tons of plastic, much of which should be floating in open water, fo