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 The Disadvantages of Being a Zoologist?

Answer Zoology is defined as a branch of biology that deals with the study of animals. Beyond that brief explanation, this scientific endeavor is quite broad, for zoologists could be interested in life fo... Read More »
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Zoologist Degrees?

Zoologists are people who work with and study animals -- whether in zoos, the wild or research facilities. Although there are lots of ways to work with animals as a career, getting a zoologist deg... Read More »
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How many hours does a zoologist work?

Generally, zoologists can expect to work more than 40 hours per week. They do, however, have somewhat flexible schedules. In some cases, experiments take place 24 hours a day, so they may work in s... Read More »
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What Type of Instruments Does a Zoologist Use?

Zoology is one of the widest areas of study within the scientific world. Zoologists study all kinds of things related to animal life: their physiology, their diets and mating habits and the way the... Read More »
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Does one need a doctoral degree to become a zoologist?

To be a zoologist, which is a biological scientist, a Master of Science in zoology or a Ph.D. in zoology is required. For a position as a lab or field technician, or a wildlife biologist, a Bachelo... Read More »
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