Marine biologists By Abby

Marine biologists searching in the snow and lake.

Subjects marine biologists use

  • Math.
  • Chemistry.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.
  • Biology.
  • Physics.

Education and qualifications you need to be a marine biologist.

A picture of a lake.

Education to be a marine biologist

  • Studying biology, physics, and chemistry.

Qualifications to be a marine biologist

  • A high level in education.
  • A PhD master degree in marine biology.
  • 5 GGSEs.
  • 3 A level subjects.
Marine biologists searching for ocean animals.

What the hours are like and how much salary they give you

What the hours are like

  • The average hours are 6-8.
  • Hours are mostly up to you.

How much salary they give you

  • Up to 70,800 median salary.
  • Start from 39,700 and go up to 124,680 salary.
People searching for fish.

Responsibilities and skills marine biologists need to have

Responsibilities marine biologists have

  • Providing advice to important people.
A man looking at a dolphin with a camera.

Skills marine biologists need to have

  • A keen interest for research.
  • Able to swim.
  • Able to scuba dive.
  • Able to work as a group.

Conclusion

Marine biologists help animals all over the world. Whenever animals are in trouble or endangered marine biologists help them. Marine biologists can go through a lot and you may think it's hard doing this job. But I can guarantee it isn't. Marine biologists

Credits:

Created with images by Neo-grapher - "SpongeBob-3" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Ponds on the Ocean" • InAweofGod'sCreation - "266. High Tide in the Harbor" • USFWS Pacific Southwest Region - "Underwater otter research" • USACE HQ - "Tracking salmon spawning below Englebright Dam" • WikiImages - "dolphin marine scientists exploration of the sea"

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