what kind of jobs can u get into that involve fish
you can work in a pet store, be a fish vet, be a fish show judge...
Marine Biologist, Fish Biologist (forget the specific name), Zoologist, etc.
a japanese chef
awwwwwwwwwwwww that was horrible lol
sorry i dont get it petstore wouldnt be good enough pay to make a living
A Japanese Chef LOL Did you know that some of the fish we keep in aquariums are used for food fishes in their home lands? (I just thought it was interesting : 0 Carol
japanese chef thats funny (sorry) but I would hate it :-X I don't like seafood at all
id rather watch the sea food..then eat it... and i was actually considering being a marine biologist or a vet or sumn... choices choices choices...
I'm going to Marine Biology also. or be a Zoologist and specialize in fish (ichthyology)
Yeah you could work at some pbulic aquarium that'd be cool, or if you're good at designing tanks you could work for one of those companies that set-up tanks
Marine biology.....That would about cover it..... Also, check your local zoo. I know ours has volunteer program. Perhaps there is a similar program in a zoo near you? It may parlay itself into a job.....I know of a person who is very knowledgable about snakes and reptiles. He volunteers at the Zoo on weekends and takes care of the reptile house.
Also known as Sushi Chef........... :
Most public aquariums have volunteer programs. Maybe if you volunteered while you went to school it would give you an opening to ask for a job Carol
yea...i actually think im going to go into architecture in college...i have a really good idea about having a filter system build into a house and haveing major tanks in them...just an idea that i would really love to bring into this world
My wife has a friend from work who's husband is a big saltwater hobbyist. His filtration system is amazing and he's got one room dedicated just to that. It's a trickle system with protein skimmers, replenishment tanks, the whole bit. It's pretty impressive.
I wish I had something like that :'(