By Bethany Segura
Zoologists are scientists who study and observe animals in a labrotory or in wildlife. They study the origin and development of different species, including their habits, behaviors, and interactions. Zoologists also study and collect research for all types of animals.
Zoologists use many tools to assist in their study of animals. These tools include gps systems, used for analyzing population growth and migration patterns, magnifying glasses, binoculars, and computers.
The educational requirements of zoologists consist, at minimum, a Bachelor's Degree. A Master's Degree and PhD are necessary for those who are interested in conducting research and teaching. Zoologists also need skills in science, problem solving, and computer operations. It is important for zoologists to be active learners and writers as well.
More Information about Zoologists can be found at:
Science Daily - Zoology
Bureau of Labor Statistics