What is the difference between a "wildlife biologist" and a "zoologist"?
So if I want to get into the study of mammals, like doing research and field work. Which one would fit the most?
Asked By: ÇαяĿσ§ - 3/9/2009
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here is what a wild life biologist does: http://home.comcast.net/~wildlifebio/HS_Career.htm... More
Answered By: Underwater Angel - 3/9/2009
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wildlife biologists study plants as well as animals. zoologists study only animals in wildlife/.
Answered By: harish S - 3/9/2009
Yes, wildlife biologist study specific large animals that occur in Nature. Like wolfs or deer. Zoologist work within a specific fauna. Some zoologist study mammals, some birds, some insects. The wildlife biologist has to incorporate ecology in with the biology. The zoologist may incorporate behavior. Most... More
Answered By: Jim - 3/9/2009
A person that studies or specializes in "wildlife" is one who has an interest in "all" living things encompassing animals and plants, and including man. A Zoologist is one who deals "only" with animals.
Answered By: BWANA - 3/9/2009
A wildlife biologist studies systems that effect animals in the wild and study animals behavior on a large scale vs. Zoologists that study many of the cellular level of animals and the more in depth biology, chemistry, and physics the effect animals. go with wildlife biologist :) way cooler
Answered By: Samantha R - 3/9/2009
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