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zoologistzo‧ol‧o‧gist /zuːˈɒlədʒəst, zəʊˈɒ- $ zoʊˈɑːl-/ noun [countable]  HBAa scientist who studies animals and their behaviour
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zoologistIn the 1970s zoologists began to investigate these patterns to try to find out what determined a species' mating system.Inevitably I was destined to become a zoologist in later life.The implication follows: If a zoologist can deduce which parasite is present, a female roach probably can as well.I'd paint like a zoologist, catching the animals doing things they actually do.Naturalists, zoologists, conservationists already knew him well because of his work with the Wildfowl Trust.It is written from the point of view of zoologists although it is biochemical in content.Once the zoologists had taken account of the difference in weight, the camels emerged as clear winners.
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