Profound changes are taking place in marine life around the planet in response to global warming, an international team of scientists has found.
Scientists have discovered new species of sea slugs, feather stars and amphipods in the Madang Lagoon on the north coast of Papua New Guinea.
Ocean temperatures five degrees Celsius higher than normal off the western Australian coast decimated the seaweed which harboured marine species, reveals a new study.
Warming ocean waters are driving the largest movement of marine species in thousands of years.
Day in Pics: 30th August
August 30, 2014
Famous Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai