Life Spans of Marine Life in the Great Barrier Reef — Smarter Every Day Infographic http://smartereveryday.tumblr.com/ 25% of all Marine life in our oceans live on coral reefs. — The Catlin Seaview Survey http://catlinseaviewsurvey.com/gallery

Life Spans of Marine Life in the Great Barrier Reef — Smarter Every Day Infographic smartereveryday. of all Marine life in our oceans live on coral reefs. — The Catlin Seaview Survey catlinseaviewsurv.

How to Become a Marine Biologist --http://www.academicinvest.com/science-careers/biology-careers/how-to-become-a-marine-biologist #marinebiology #marinebiologist

Are you fascinated by marine life? Here is the perfect job for you! Find out how to become a marine biologist.

A researcher has found that historical estimates of some of the largest ocean creatures are not correct.

New Size Estimates for Large Ocean Animals (Infographic)

A researcher has found that historical estimates of some of the largest ocean creatures are not correct. - Credit: By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

Marine Biology 220: Are You Ready For Shark Week?

Marine Biology 220: Are You Ready For Shark Week?

marine biologist : something i wanna do but will never happen

How to be a Marine Biologist: Learn About Marine Biology Careers, Colleges, Courses and Marine Biology Jobs. What is Marine Biology, Getting a Marine Biology Degree and the Marine Biology Salary Range by Steven K.

50 Fascinating Facts About Our Oceans [Infographic]

These 50 Fascinating Facts About The Ocean Will Boggle Your Mind Who knew we had learned so much about an environment we've explored so little? Jacqueline Howard Associate Science Editor, The Huffington Post Posted:

I always believed I was a mermaid.  I feel so free and comfortable in the water.  I've never been afraid of going deep.  I think eating fish is disgusting.  My parents always had to drag me out of the pool (not literally, but still).  What better career for me than marine biology?  I disagree with you, Ariel-- I want to be a part of YOUR world.

I always believed I was a free and comfortable in the water. I've never been afraid of going deep. My parents always had to drag me out of the pool (not literally, but still). What better career for me than marine biology?

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The refraction of light from the surface hit perfectly onto a tiny Loggerhead sea turtle creating a complete color spectrum of light.

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