Marine biologist have a large array of technology at their disposal. Some of their tools are as follows: scuba gear, microscopes, satellites, and thermometers.
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tools that the biologist use are microscopes, petri dish, laboratory, test tubes, beakers, and computers tools that the biologist use are microscopes, petri dish, laboratory, test tubes, beakers, and computers
Computer, scuba gear, microscope, telescope, battles for sampling, thermometers and hydrometer are some of the equipment that a marine biologist use. They mostly do a scientific study of organisms in the ocean or other bodies of water.
a marine biologist needs a boat an office marine animals and things that aquavets use
Marine biologists use science just like every biologist. They study living organisms and how they interact with their environment. The only difference is that the marine biologist studies organisms in the water.
A marine biologist studies the life in the oceans and other saltwater environments. Terms that a marine biologist may use include abiotic, bacterium, bivalves and chordates.
This is my biologist cousin, Jane. Rachel Carson was an American marine biologist and conservationist.
the equipment used is a boat , office and animals
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"The marine biologist was looking forward to studying the octopus."
The laboratory tools help the biologist to experiment about the things that they want to know and to prove their hypothesis. the lab tools help them to analyze their experiments like when they need to study their specimen they will use the microscope.
Maybe, since Marine Biologists have to make fundraisers to pay for their research. The buisness could be what they use for fundraisers.
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They examine animals and sea creatures and do research on their life cycle and their numbers to make sure they are not in danger of becoming extinct