marine biologist


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marine biologist

specialist in the biology of marine life.
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Klass, 36, said: "Ava has decided that she either wants to be an author or a marine biologist.
It is my absolute pleasure to welcome guests of Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu to join us in this snorkeling excursion for a once in a lifetime chance to swim alongside Manta Rays while witnessing their natural behavior in person,” comments Chiara Fumagalli, Resident Marine Biologist at Coco Collection.
Summary: Marine biologists diving near Peru's northern Pacific coast, have found three species of starfish they did not know existed in the area.
It seems it's the perfect spot for a marine biologist on a busman's holiday, as whales, dolphins, porpoises and sharks can be found in the waters off Connemara during their migrations.
CRAZY: The Willmotts (left) and the McClements SPEAKERS: Ben Anderson (above) and marine biologist Monty Halls
Worm, a marine biologist at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and an international team of scientists examined data from dozens of localized studies of changes in marine biodiversity.
We have concentrated too much on economic development and not enough on conservation aspects," says Byron Boekhoudt, a marine biologist and policy advisor to Aruba's Ministry of Labor, Culture and Sport.
Marine biologist Piya, of Indian descent but American and without knowledge of any Indian language, arrives to study a shrinking population of Irrawaddy, or river dolphins.
Marine Biologist David Caldwell and the Highland Council Have Agreed to a Plan That Will Finally Track and Capture the Large Predatory Creature That Inhabits Scotland's Famous Lake
In the 1930s self-taught marine biologist Ed Ricketts led pioneering investigations of the Pacific coastline.
Marine biologist Oliver Buttling said: "The croaking started as a bit of a joke, but it gets a response.
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