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What is Zoology?|
Zoology is the study of animal life. It covers areas ranging from the structure of organisms to the subcellular unit of life. Some zoologists are interested in the biology of particular groups of animals. Others are concerned with the structure and function of animal bodies. Still others study how new animals are formed and how their characteristics are passed on from one generation to another. Zoologists study the interactions of animals with one another and their environments, and the significance of the behavior of animals.
Zoology is both descriptive and analytical. It can be approached either as a basic science or as an applied science. A worker in basic zoology is interested in knowledge of animals for its own sake without consideration of the direct application of the information gained. In contrast, workers in applied zoology are interested in information which will directly benefit humans; medicine is an example.
What is an animal?
How do you find out the species, genus, family, order, class, phylum (division), and kingdom of an animal?
How are animals classified?
What is the kingdom classification of animals?
What types of animals should you focus on?
Animals for human food as per culture and religion.
Here are further guidelines.