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This beach towel company has done $20 million in sales after an appearance on ‘Shark Tank’ — and donates 10% of profits to help save...
Sand Cloud, which you may have seen on "Shark Tank," makes the beach towels you'll see everyone enjoying by the shores this summer.
These 15 ocean species have already gone extinct. A dozen others will probably disappear in our lifetime.
Over the past 500 years, 15 ocean species have gone extinct. About 70 other species are currently vulnerable and could disappear in our lifetime.
Sperry boat shoes are the only shoes I’ll ever need for summer — here’s why I buy the same pair year after year
Sperry boat shoes are the only shoes you'll ever need for summer. Let the cynics all talk. No one has to know how comfortable we are.
Award-winning images from this year's UnderwaterPhotography.com contest show up-close encounters with marine life and shipwrecks.
A deer ran in the ocean and went for a swim in New Jersey. A group of surfers had to rescue it. But the deer wouldn't go back to land without a fight.
This ancient sea creature had 18 tentacles that funneled food into its gaping mouth — and it may be the ancestor of an even creepier ocean anima...
Scientists have discovered a 518-million-year-old fossilized sea creature that had 18 tentacles. It could be the ancestor of comb jellies.
A whale washed up dead in the Philippines with almost 100 pounds worth of trash in its stomach, including plastic shopping bags and rice sacks
Scientists said the curvier's beaked whale died from 'gastric shock,' and it was the most plastic they'd ever seen in a whale.
It's not as common to get bitten by a great white shark than is often believed. Here are 10 places where you're likely to see one.
Eating below sea level offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Here are 14 underwater restaurants you should consider visiting.
A $48 million submarine just took a record-breaking dive into the deepest corner of the Atlantic Ocean — 27,840 feet down
Explorer and businessman Victor Vescovo plunged 27,480 feet deep into the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday. That's a record.