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zo·ol·o·gist

(zō-ol'ŏ-jist),
One who specializes in zoology.

zoologist

[zō·ol′əjist]
Etymology: Gk, zoon, animal, logos, science
a person concerned with the scientific study of animals.

zo·ol·o·gist

(zō-ol'ŏ-jist)
One who specializes in zoology.

zoologist

(zō-ŏl′ō-jĭst) [″ + logos, word, reason]
A biologist who specializes in the study of animal life.
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A first degree and often a higher qualification such as an MSc or PhD is needed to become a professional zoologist.
Among the species treated by Mr Bowes and other volunteers were Spider Geckos and Barking Geckos, all four of which died within a week because they were unable to eat, the zoologist told the court.
Reed Flickinger, zoologist at the University of California at Los Angeles, is studying the process by which like embryonic cells suddenly begin to specialize to form specific structures such as brain, muscle, skeleton, and reproductive organs.
The ads will run throughout February and feature the adventures of a zoologist and a builder who find themselves in bizarre situations with a gorilla and a concrete mixer as they 'Go Mad for Maoam'.
The songbird is named after Edward Blyth, a London-born zoologist who became curator of the Asiatic Society's museum in Calcutta, India.
Zoologist Nick Cutter (Douglas Henshall) and his team of experts race against time to discover the secret of these anomalies before mankind becomes extinct in all six episodes of the series.
Tipton grew up in Columbus, Ohio, blessed with "fantastic parents," a zoologist father and a physicist mother who loved dance.
In addition to lecturing widely on the topic, in 1990 Adams teamed up with zoologist Mark Carwardine to write Last Chance to See, an account of a search for rare and endangered species.
Martha Maxon is a retired zoologist and environmental consultant who grew up in southern Texas: her assembly of literature and science about the roadrunner come from years of personal observation and research and provide a scholarly yet accessible survey.
At Play in the Fields of the Lord (1991): evangelism and rainforest destruction; Medicine Man (1992): Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco search for a cure to cancer in the rainforest; The Burning Season (TV, 1994): true story of murdered rubber tapper Chico Mendes; The Emerald Forest (1985): kidnapping of American child by Amazon tribe; Mosquito Coast (1986): Harrison Ford and family escape civilization; The Mission (1986): Robert DeNiro in a story based on real experiences of the Jesuits and Guarani Indians; Fitzcarraldo (1982): building an opera house in the Amazon; Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home (1986): rescuing humpback whales; Gorillas in the Mist (1988): Sigourney Weaver plays slain zoologist Dian Fossey.
Some 5000 species of radiolarians are now known to inhabit the world's oceans and nineteenth-century German zoologist Ernst Haeckel made them his life's work, producing a classification system and a wealth of anatomical illustrations.
A photographer, zoologist, and regular contributor to BBC wildlife Magazine, Cardwardine's background in marine biology makes him the perfect author for SHARK.