Zoology (noun)

The scientific study of animals, including their classification, anatomy, physiology, behavior, and distribution.

Origin:

Derived from the greek word zōon ("animal") + -logy ("study of").

Examples:

  1. Zoology is the branch of biology that deals with the study of animals.
  2. The zoology department at the university offered courses on animal behavior and physiology.
  3. The zoology researcher was investigating the genetic basis of species diversity.
  4. The zoology textbook provided comprehensive information on the anatomy and biology of different animal species.
  5. Zoology played a crucial role in our understanding of the evolution and diversity of life on Earth.
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