A future marine scientist

My parents sent me these pictures of a family vacation to Cape Cod when I was two or three years old. We visited Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and went aboard the Knorr research vessel. Even back then I was fascinated by the ocean and biology; and thanks to the constant support of my parents, now I get to do something I intrinsically love every day. Make sure you expose your children to the wonders of the world and science from an early age. They will truly appreciate it someday.

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