About Us

Welcome to Aquabiology.com! We are Andy and Julia, a passionate and dedicated couple of biologists with a deep love for marine wildlife, ecology and conservation.

As biologists, we have always been fascinated by the intricacies of the underwater world and its inhabitants. With a combined experience of over 20 years in marine biology, we have had the opportunity to study and observe a wide range of marine species and ecosystems.

Julia is the main author of the site.

Our passion for marine biology led us to create this blog, where we aim to share our knowledge, experiences and insights with like-minded individuals.

At Aquabiology.com, we believe that education and awareness are crucial in promoting conservation efforts. Our goal is to provide our readers with valuable and engaging information about the fascinating world of marine biology, and how it relates to the ecology and conservation of our oceans.

Whether you are a seasoned biologist, or simply someone with a love for marine life, our blog offers a wealth of information about the latest research, discoveries, and issues related to marine wildlife, ecology and conservation.

From the latest findings on marine species, to in-depth analysis of conservation efforts, Aquabiology.com offers a wealth of information that is both informative and accessible.

With a strong commitment to science-based conservation, we believe that by sharing our knowledge and experiences, we can inspire others to become active advocates for marine wildlife, ecology and conservation.

So whether you are here to learn, to be inspired, or simply to enjoy reading about the wonders of the underwater world, we invite you to join us on our journey.

We are honored to have you here and look forward to sharing our passion for marine biology with you.


Andy and Julia

Latest posts

  • Do Crabs Eat Jellyfish? (Answered!)

    Do Crabs Eat Jellyfish? (Answered!)

    As a marine enthusiast and a frequent visitor to the beach, I often find myself fascinated by the curious behavior and unique relationships between different sea creatures. One such relationship that has caught my attention is that between crabs and jellyfish. Yes, some species of crabs are known to eat jellyfish. In this blog post,…

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  • Are Sponges Herbivores? What Do They Eat?

    Are Sponges Herbivores? What Do They Eat?

    Sponges are fascinating creatures that have been around for over 500 million years! These simple animals are actually very complex and play an important role in the marine ecosystem. Sponges are omnivores, which means they will eat just about anything they can filter from the water. They are filter feeders and use special cells to…

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  • Are Sponges Vertebrates? (Do They Have A Skeleton?)

    Are Sponges Vertebrates? (Do They Have A Skeleton?)

    Sea sponges are invertebrates. Sponges are an unusual group of animals in that they lack a nervous system. Instead, the sponges have ‘sensory cells’ that can detect chemicals in the water. Although sponges do have a skeleton made from calcium as we do, this is a very different kind of skeleton from what vertebrate animals…

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