Cold-blooded polar fishes not only withstand freezing temperatures, but thrive, thanks to antifreeze proteins! This story is a classic molecular evolution case study.Read More
Two Tides Blog
Cold water sea life blog. Gulf of Maine biologists share their experiences and marine musings from Cobscook Bay on the coast of Maine! Sea life photos, science, and aquarium discussion. Comment and share your stories and questions!
The blog of Gulf of Maine
As a supplier of Atlantic marine specimens, we often get asked by customers how to go about starting up a new cold water aquarium.Read More
Spaghetti worms (Amphitrite spp.) live in super slimy tube burrows.Read More
Corallina is a unique type of algae or seaweed. As it grows, it adds parts like a string of tiny beads.Read More
Razor clam shells sometimes litter the beaches, but unless you know what to look for you can dig, and dig, and dig but never find one.Read More