wildlife forensic scientist


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what is a wildlife forensic scientist?

wildlife forensic scientists examine animal-related evidence that can be used to prosecute smugglers and poachers. Most possess a particular wildlife expertise, such as birds or reptiles, and have backgrounds in areas such as animal studies, biology and criminal justice.
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wildlife forensic scientist requirements

-Degree level: Bachelor's degree for technician positions; master's or doctoral degree needed for career advancements or research opportunities.

-Degree fields:forensic science,bio,chemistry or other natural sciences.

-skills:attention to detail,critical thinking,perfect communication skills,ability to work with chemicals,...


50.000$ is the average for forensic technicians.