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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Science Graduates are in Demand

Zoology Jobs are in Many Industries

Many zoologists and wildlife biologists are identified by the types of species they study.

Entomologists study insects.
Herpetologists study reptiles and amphibians, such as snakes and frogs.
Ichthyologists study fish.
Mammalogists study mammals, such as monkeys and bears.
Ornithologists study birds.
    Some wildlife biologists study animals by where they live.
    Marine biologists study organisms that live in saltwater.
    Limnologists study organisms that live in freshwater.
      Other zoologists and wildlife biologists are identified by the aspects of zoology and wildlife biology they study, such as evolution and animal behavior.
      Ecologists study the ecosystem, which is the relationship between organisms and with the surrounding environment.
      Evolutionary biologists study the origins of species and the changes in their inherited characteristics over generations.

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