The Tennessee Aquarium celebrates the rich biodiversity of the Southeast through its exhibits and is actively engaged in preserving and restoring that biodiversity through its work in the field. The Aquarium's research arm, the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute, has a focused expertise in restoring freshwater ecosystems and helping people appreciate the need for environmental health in our region. The Reintroduction Biologist is part of a team that supports the freshwater conservation programs of the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute by providing daily husbandry, field assistance, and long-range planning for reintroduction programs. The Reintroduction Biologist's primary responsibilities include care of aquatic animals (primarily fishes) in recirculating systems. The Rei

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