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Sometimes we remember events completely wrong when our brain creates so-called false memories. A study shows that false memories also occur in some octopuses....
Text: Roland Johansson/TT
Photo: Stephan Junek/TT
Every year we're seeing more and more turtle stranding partially because of an increase in awareness but also because there are more extreme weather events,...
Reportage: Jason Boswell
Photo/editing: Jason Boswell
Foto: Two Oceans Aquarium: mass stranding, Devin Trull / Two Oceans Aquarium
Marine Biologist, Dr Tessa Hempson and film-maker, Grant Brokensha, were part of a recent Manta Ray tagging expedition off the South African coast. Mantas have...
Filmed and directed by: Grant Brokensha
Editing: Ruuan Botha
They are extraordinary biodiversity hotspots. They absorb large amounts of CO2 and release oxygen. They fix nitrogen and detoxify the water. They are nurseries for...
Reportage: Ismaele Tortella/Delphin Ruché
Photo: Ismaele Tortella
The population of seahorses in Ria Formosa in southern Portugal was probably the largest in the world. But in the mid-2010s, it collapsed, and 95%...
Reportage: Daniel Hager
South Africa has an incredibly rich diversity of sharks, representing nearly a quarter of all known species, some found nowhere else on the planet....
Reportage: Jason Boswell
BRUV-Footage: Cape RADD
Ida Beitnes is a Associate Professor at the NMBU. Ida has earlier studied stress as an important contributor to the development of cardiac disease in...
Reportage: Johan Candert
Photo: Simon Stanford
Edit by: Daniel Hager
Marco Vindas is an Associate Professor at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. He conducts research on the neural control of behavior and physiology in...
reportage: Johan Candert
Photo: Simon Stanford
Editing: Daniel Hager
Sweden's only whale is not easy to see. In the Baltic Sea it is acutely threatened, but outside Kullaberg there is a small colony. There,...
REPORTAGE: MARKO T WRAMÉN
PHOTO: MARKO T WRAMÉN, SARA TORRES ORTIZ, JAKOB HØJER KRISTENSEN, PER CARLSSON
EDIT BY: ANNA W THORBJÖRNSSON
In the ReCod project in Ar on Gotland, they have now succeeded in getting cod to spawn in captivity. This by trying to imitate the...
Reportage: Leif Eiranson
Editor: Apollonia Meleouni
Now it is scientifically confirmed. The number of herring fry is dramatically decreasing in the Stockholm archipelago. Scientists suspect that large-scale industrial fishing is largely...
Reportage: Peter Löfgren, Daniel Hedström
Photo: Leif Eiranson, Kimmo Hagman
The black-mouthed goby was first discovered in Swedish waters in 2008. Today, it is common in many areas and there is every indication that it...
Text: Anna Axelsson
Photo: University of Gothenburg
UV Photo: Leon Green
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