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    • #265
      Ice Dragon
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      I was wondering if anyone knows the true job title for someone who searches for, studies, and bases all of his/her carrier on the creatures of the deep. (i.e. anglerfish, ect.)

    • #18840
      Inuyasha
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      A deep marine biologist

    • #18841
      Solid Snake
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      thats a deep sea marine biologist

    • #18847
      Cyranian
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      I was looking up some sites when I came across this site listing careers in marine biology. Looks like those who studies in deep sea mammals are just called simply “Marine mammal biologist.”

    • #18853
      Solid Snake
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      a fish ,however, which was what the original post was about is not a mammal.

    • #18866
      Inuyasha
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      That makes no sense. Study deep sea biology is also the study of whales and other deep living creatures. So mammals are part of deep sea marine biology.

    • #18868
      Solid Snake
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      that is true but the only example given was of an anglerfish, which im assuming is a fish

    • #18890
      Cyranian
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      Probably should’ve read what Ice posted in the first place, Snake. He asked about the name of the job of one who studies creatures of the deep, and the anglerfish is just one example of a creature of the deep.

    • #18893
      biostudent84
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      Very few mammals live in the benthic zone of the ocean…a deep sea biologist would not focus on mammals.

    • #18894
      Cyranian
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      How true, biostudent. My last post stands corrected. My apologies.

    • #39357
      doctor phil
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      theyve found dead whales down there and hagfish and also theyve found out that some sharks live down there. and whales go down there to feed for a short time. for the squid

    • #42065
      black_tulip_bu
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      hey to every one…..
      i have a very big problem….. i am talking a course " developmental biology – embryology" … it is a fun course, however, the teacher told us that we have to make a project … and my project is on Xenotoca eiseni and i have to expose on fish to UV light and the other to Litium chloride, and the big problem is that is dont know what is the concentration of UV to use and the amount of lithium chloride, this a very important project scince that our teacher is not helping us and we dont have that developed aquipments
      soooo plz can any one help me
      and i would be very thankfull
      the black tulip
      from bethlehem university[/size]

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