it may make your journey more difficult, but it’s certainly not impossible. it may limit what you can do but it doesn’t mean you can’t do anything with marine life. you could do studies/lab work, teach and probably 10 billion other things you’d never think of. really sorry you have the fear, the ocean is a beautiful place
sorry this took so long to reply too, i suck but yea check out some of these links:
basically you can expect a lot of science (duh) but i mean every aspect: geography, geology, chemistry, biology, physics all that. you’ll learn basics about the earth and the atmosphere, space and all and then you’ll of course learn about all aspects of the ocean. anyway check out the links, they’ll provide a lot more info.
yep i know what you’re talking about, i either posted or reblogged something about it but i don’t want to look for it but most likely it was probably a larger white shark.
thanks i did, and it was nice. and thank you : )
Hey sneaky, i’m just relaxing, avoiding responsibilities and considering taking a nap like
oh geez well i don’t know that i have favorite blogs but there are some that i see/reblog more than others and i’m assuming you mean marine/animal related so here’s a few you might enjoy if you aren’t already in no specific order:
animalsandlandscapes (ha ok that’s my other blog but shh)
i’m sure you’re following a few already but i went down my reblogs and that’s who came up for the most part