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Duncan transferred to the University of Miami, graduating in 1938 with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and zoology.
The horror flick will be followed by a Q&A session with the museum’s assistant curator of vertebrate zoology, Roberta Muehlheim.
Our keepers are well educated in zoology, biology and other zoo sciences.
Ginsburg was there in 1953 when the House Un-American Activities Committee grilled zoology professor Marcus Singer about his participation in a communist study group while teaching at Harvard.
Filmmaker Cooke, who has a background in zoology, sifts through some of the most egregious myths about the animal kingdom and sets the record straight.
Despite social convention, Edinger went on to study at the University of Heidelberg and Munich and later earn a doctoral degree in geology, zoology and psychology from Frankfurt University in 1921.
Qualified applicants should have a college degree in zoology, at least five years of experience working with exotic birds, and wide knowledge of biology and avian science.
Besides having an obvious love for the majestic pink bird, candidates must also have a degree in zoology or a related field, at least five years' experience caring for exotic birds, and knowledge of all things flamingo-related.
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ZOOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of zoology for English Language Learners
: the branch of science that involves the study of animals and animal behavior
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- the zoology of Australia
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