In Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History, zoologist
Bill Schutt writes about cannibalism with a delightful mixture of humor and scholarship.
The Thoroughbred exists not because its selection has depended experts, technicians or zoologists
but one piece of wood: the winning post of the Epsom Derby" Frederico Tesio, Italian breeder.
In deep woodland at Ballykinler Training Centre under the shadow of the Mourne Mountains, zoologists
and MoD staff have erected a series of nesting boxes with specially designed runs.
, writer and surrealist painter, Desmond Morris, has many 'firsts' to his name.
Terry Mckeone, 27, said: "They don't house well with other fish, so we found some others to keep it company.
The international team of zoologists
was led by the Museum Zoologicum Bogoriense in Indonesia and the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate at the University of Copenhagen.
can follow a wide range of specialisms studying various branches of the animal kingdom, their behaviour, ecology and environment
undertaking research in universities usually specialise in one of the many branches of zoology.
, "we'd been brainwashed into thinking hybrids are dead ends," he says.
need to be inquisitive and able to plan research, analyse and interpret data, and write reports.
Illustrated with full color photographs throughout, A Field Guide To The Amphibians And Reptiles Of Bali is a guide written especially for zoologists
, herpetologists, and other professionals, yet so straightforward that lay readers will find it a simple matter to identify Bali amphibian and reptile species.
They want the rules adopted as soon as possible in Southern California, where zoologists
have been trying to introduce the birds back into the wild.
Some British zoologists
say trade in African bushmeat should be regulated rather than banned.
Forget discreet discussions or hushed curses under the breath ( conflicts with colleagues could be better resolved with a flail of an arm and a series of grunts, zoologists
said it appears to be similar to a specimen found in Florida in 1896 that was named 'octopus giganteus'.