This internship is working with aquatic animals on the Fish and Invertebrate team. A percentage of this Internship will involve learning fish, invertebrate and elasmobranch care along with elasmobranch and fish training techniques.
Other tasks may include:
- Assisting biologist with day to day duties and projects
- Keeping habitats and back areas clean
- Feed and diet prep
- Participating in talking to our guests along the exhibit path about our animal collection
This intern will complete and present a project comparing coral growth on Acropora cervicornis fragments exposed to different flow rates and suspension versus a fixed positioning. The Intern will also learn to assist with 2 to 3 stations for the 4.09 Elasmobranch Training Team. This will also include learning how to engage guests and answer any questions about how and why we teach our animals to go to different stations to feed.
Ready to apply? Find out how on the main internship page here.
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