Marine Mammal Trainer...???

I am interested in becoming a marine mammal trainer, but I was wondering if there were any jobs like that but slightly different. With similar requirements. Is there any other place than sea world?

Asked By: LJHush - 7/9/2008
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There are lots of places around the world you can be a marine mammal trainer. Zoos, aquariums, marine parks, hotels (like in Hawaii), etc... More
Answered By: Heather H - 7/10/2008
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Many, many places, however, you need a college degree to get hired.
Answered By: Meen - 7/9/2008
Marine Biology. im going to UCSanta Barbara, MS. Get plenty of experiance in the ocean, i've discovered that San Diego the average a Marine Biologist can get is ruffely 38k yr. Sea World? As a zoo keeper? Like about 32k yr? And yes there are Marine Biologists in Sea World, just depends where you go to look at for... More
Answered By: lifeinthecarribean - 7/9/2008
Marine mammal scientists work with marine mammals differently than trainers. They study wild populations of whales, dolphins, and porpoises. The Society of Marine Mammalogy has this great page with Q and A about marine mammal science. Here's the link... More
Answered By: FerretDolphinGal - 7/9/2008
There is a place called Gulf world in Panama City Beach, FL also if you like gators you can try gatorworld in Orlando too. thease is a place called discovery cove but i think its with the Sea World Company. I want to be a Dolphin Trainer for my job someday and i looked at these places before. Hope i help!
Answered By: ♥Nick Jonas Luvr♥ - 7/9/2008
SeaWorld has a crazily successful rehab program. You'll still need the same certifications, but you'll be doing other things, like going into the wild and helping with animal strandings and animal injuries. It's more like a vet, however, but the training is trying to get the animal back into the default health... More
Answered By: Serena - 7/9/2008
There are places like Sea World all over the globe, each slightly different from the others. That's not the problem. The problem is getting a job as a trainer, anywhere, and the question you need to find a good answer for is "Why should we hire you instead of one of these other applicants... More
Answered By: Whaleman - 7/10/2008
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