When did zoology start?
zoology started in the 11th century
There is no use you have to struggle like you did in phd, never study zoology, study physics, chemistry, well english, whe we are doing B.Sc in zoology, we used to laugh at enlish BA students, but they settle fast than Zoology students, zoology never fetch career in life, but other subjects other than zoology does.
As far as I know, you would start with a BS from a university either with a degree in zoology, or as I did biology with emphasis in zoology. Then you could go on to study further and get a masters or even doctorate in zoology. I don't believe there is anything like a zoology license, you just need to get educated and get a degree in the field of zoology. You would probably also…
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The answer to this question is yes. If you would like sentences using the word zoology, here: Zoology is the biological study of animals. Zoology is the study of the kingdom of Animalia. Uncle Billy was sophisticated in zoology for some time, until he decided to switch to astronomy instead. Zoology is considered one of the life sciences, others being Botany and Biology, and there are several more.
In zoology, there are two main branches; Invertebrate Zoology and Vertebrate zoology. There are even more sub branches within these two which typically specialize on a specific phylum of animal. For example: Herpetology (the study of reptiles and amphibians) and Ichthyology (the study of fish) are both examples of vertebrate zoology.