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  • 1. Zoology
    Kelsie Stoddard
  • 2. What is a zoologist?
    Zoology is the scientific study of the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals.
  • 3. What does a zoologist do?
    Observe animal behavior
    Study species origin and development
    Learn how animal diseases develop
    Study animal genetics and traits
    Conduct research studies and analyze findings
  • 4. Where does a zoologist work?
    Colleges
    Universities
    State and local agencies
    Zoos
    Aquariums
  • 5. Physical demands
    Sit for long periods of time
    See details of objects
    Be physically active for long periods of time
    Push and lift heavy objects
  • 6. Education/Training
    4 years of undergraduate study
    Bachelors degree in zoology
    Master of science in zoology
    PhD in zoology
  • 7. Range of Salaries
    $31,000
    $47,740
    $71,000
  • 8. Bibliography
    “zoology” dictionary.comWeb. 10 May 2011
    “lion picture” google images Web. 11 May 2011
    “elephant picture” google images Web. 11 May 2011
    “Bioscience careers.” Aboutscience.com. Web. 5 May 2011
     
    “NC/undergraduate admissions.” Admissions.ncsu.edu. Web. 5 May 2011
     “Zoologist Job Description, Career as a Zoologist, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job." Stateuniversity.com. Web. 4 May 2011.
     “Zoology training programs and requirements.” Education-portal.com. Web. 6 May 2011
    “one the job” Iseekcareers.org. Web 11 May 2011