Dear Kim Marshall
> Hello, my name is Melody Palmer and i have resently become interested in a
> career working with whales.
> I was wondering, what i want to do is to work at a place like Sea world and
> maybe be a trainer there, how much education would be needed to do that. If
> deep sea study was not my main interest would i still need my masters in
> marine biology? I guess that is my only question for now. Thank you so much
> for your time.
> Dear Melody, WhaleNet has a lot of links to information about careers with
> whales. You will need to take as many science courses as you can but there
> are a lot of options as to what degree you might need. Go to the ed_resource
> page on WhaleNet.
> Thank you!
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