Are you interested in ocean plants and animals? Have you ever wondered how pollution affects the underwater world? Do you enjoy being in the water? Do you like hands-on research and technology? Then you might have a future as a marine biologist! Swim along with real-life marine biologists and learn what it’s like to study life in the sea.
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