Posted September 21, 2019 05:20:17A video posted to Instagram by marine science students at the University of Tas shows one of them posing for a photo with a giant fish.
The students pose for a picture with a fish during their visit to a reef.
The school was recently named the most popular graduate marine science building in Australia by students’ union the Australian Graduate Students’ Union (AGSU).
“Our students really love it, they love it,” Mr Smith said.
“I’ve been here for three years, I’ve never been here before.”
It’s like they’ve just come from the UK and come here and got really excited about the new country and the things that they’re about to go on.
“They really love the country, they’re just excited about getting a degree and doing something new.”
While the students were in Tas, they visited a reef in the town of Orurove.
“We’re actually in the water there, we just got here a little bit later than usual,” said student and marine science researcher Nizar Chaudhary.
“There was a fish swimming around, so we were really excited to see what it was doing.”
“It was really neat, we were just just watching it swim, and then it just took off,” Mr Chaudpary said.
Students also visited the Australian Marine Science Centre in Byron Bay.
“The kids really love Byron Bay, it’s just fantastic,” Mr Farrar said.