Zoologists study animal species as varied as protozoa (one-celled animals), elephants, and rare birds. They observe animals both in the laboratory and in their natural habitat in an effort to learn as much information as possible about a given species. Zoologists study the origin and development of animal species, the habits and behaviors of animals, and the interactions between animals and their environment. They also do research to learn how animal diseases develop and how traits are passed from each one generation to the next.  [read more]

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