Marine Biologist

By: Elizabeth Koch

Marine biologist job duties

Many marine biologists get to travel to interesting places. They also studies in labs, with the hope of learning more about specific ocean organisms and their interactions with one another, while some work in the field of education.

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Advantages and disadvantages

Advantages for being a marine biologist is that you get to see cute marine life. You also get to be in the water with them and help them live a happy life. Disadvantages are you have to clean them. I don't like cleaning, especially if the animals are squirmy.

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Education and salary

The education you need for being a marine biologist is A-level biology, bachelors degree, and masters degree. However, for some positions you don't need an education. Marine biologists make $30,000- $100,000 per year.
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Environmental relationship

Being a marine biologist helps marine life and protect them from destructive things.

Interesting facts

-Oceans cover 71% of the earth's surface (and rising)

-At least 750,000 different marine species