The mother manatee—who had fresh boat strike wounds—gave birth to her calf today at SeaWorld Orlando, where she is being monitored around the clock.
A portion of the sales of Enzymedica's new Aqua Biome fish oil supplements will benefit Mote's coral restoration project in the Florida Keys
The Pelagic Ecosystem Research Consortium (PERC) will have a goal of improving stock assessment, management and sustainability of highly migratory species, including tuna, swordfish and sharks
Funds will be used for Mote's coral research and restoration initiative.
The funding will be used to further coral reef research and strengthen underrepresented minority groups who want to pursue STEM careers.
The conservationist and philanthropist works to ensure that children today, and in the future, can experience nature the way she did.
Willis A. Smith Construction, Inc., and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company will build Mote's new aquarium.
Muller—one of a small percentage of women to get an advanced marine science degree—won a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship at Mote that gave her two years to build her own coral research program.
Researchers are launching a new study to test whether filter-feeding animals and seaweeds can mitigate the effects of Florida red tide.
New Mote research finds that widespread ocean acidification caused by climate change could damage Florida's stone crab population and industry.
No Frenzy Necessary
Shark Week came and went, but the infatuation with these fascinating predators is year-round. Mote's Shark Encounter allows visitors to help Mote staff by feeding sharks.
Sea turtle nesting season runs May 1-October 31.
Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium's new exhibit, featuring alligators, a baby crocodile and caimans, is now open.
2016 looks to be a good year for sea turtle nesting.
Illustrator John Pirman spots a rescued sea turtle at Sarasota's Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium.
Dive deep with Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium's shark researchers during Shark Days.
One day with Abe Robinson, clinical veterinarian and research fellow at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium.