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"I thought I would be an organic chemist. I went off to university, and when I couldn't understand the chemistry lectures I decided that I would be a zoologist, because zoologists seemed like life-loving people." ― Peter Carey

Zoology is the study of animals ... all animals (but usually excluding human beings). It's about their anatomy and physiology. It's about their ecological impact. It's about their behavior,  both alone and in groups.

I don't have any formal statistics to prove my point, but I think it is safe to say that zoology offers an inexhaustible source of subjects for serious science writers, information aggregators, and "citizen scientists."

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