Zoologist: A description for the zoologist job

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Zoologist: Studies origin, interrelationships, classification, life histories, habits, life processes, diseases, relation to environment, growth and development, genetics, and distribution of animals: Studies animals in natural habitat and collects specimens for laboratory study. Dissects and examines specimens under microscope and uses chemicals and various types of scientific equipment to carry out experimental studies. Prepares collections of preserved specimens or microscopic slides for such purposes as identification of species, study of species development, and study of animal diseases. May also raise specimens for experimental purposes. May also specialize in one aspect of animal study, for example functioning of animal as an organism, or development of organism from egg to embryo stage. May also specialize in study of reptiles, frogs, and salamanders and be designated Herpetologist (professional industry), of fish and fishlike forms and be designated Ichthyologist (professional industry), of sponges, jellyfish, and protozoa and be designated Invertebrate Zoologist (professional industry), of birds and be designated Ornithologist (professional industry), of mammals and be designated Mammalogist (professional industry). May also study animals for purposes of identification and classification and be designated Animal Taxonomist (professional industry), or study effects of environment on animals and be designated Animal Ecologist (professional industry).

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