The bright-blue octopus with tiny toxic tentacles

Despite only growing to five-inches long the blue-ringed octopus is quite possibly the most deadly cephalopod in the ocean with a toxin 1000 times more potent than cyanide. Named after the psychedelic patterns that appear on their skin when threatened, Blue-ringed octopuses are one of the most colourful cephalopods you will find in the ocean. … More The bright-blue octopus with tiny toxic tentacles

New ‘marine skin’ could revolutionise the study of marine animals

A new type of non-invasive and highly effective electronic tag is beginning to show its true potential. Capable of working up to two kilometres underwater and having almost zero impact on the animal it’s attached to, the ‘marine skin’ could be a game changer. Marine biologists have come a long way when it comes to … More New ‘marine skin’ could revolutionise the study of marine animals