Zoologist (noun)

A specialist in the scientific study of animals, including their classification, anatomy, physiology, behavior, and distribution.

Origin:

Derived from the greek word zōon ("animal") + -logist ("one who studies").

Examples:

  1. The zoologist was conducting a study of the migration patterns of birds.
  2. The zoologist was an expert in the behavior of primates.
  3. The zoologist worked at the wildlife reserve, monitoring the health of the local animal populations.
  4. The zoologist was passionate about educating the public about the importance of conservation and protection of wildlife.
  5. The zoologist was part of a team of scientists who were investigating the impact of climate change on marine animals.
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