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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to zoology:

Zoology â€" the biological discipline which involves the study of animals.

Essence of zoology




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  • Animal
  • Fauna

Branches of zoology


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  • Acarology â€" study of mites and ticks
  • Anthrozoology â€" study of interaction between humans and other animals
  • Arachnology â€" study of spiders and related animals such as scorpions, pseudoscorpions, and harvestmen, collectively called arachnids
  • Entomology â€" study of insects
    • Myrmecology â€" study of ants
  • Ethology â€" study of animal behaviour, usually with a focus on behaviour under natural conditions, and viewing behaviour as an evolutionarily adaptive trait
  • Herpetology â€" study of amphibians and reptiles
    • Batrachology â€" study of amphibians including frogs and toads, salamanders, newts, and caecilians
  • Ichthyology â€" study of fish
  • Malacology â€" study of mollusks
  • Mammalogy â€" study of mammals
  • Neuroethology â€" study of animal behavior and its underlying mechanistic control by the nervous system
  • Ornithology â€" study of birds
  • Paleozoology â€" study of deals with the recovery and identification of multicellular animal remains from geological (or even archeological) contexts, and the use of these fossils in the reconstruction of prehistoric environments and ancient ecosystems
  • Parasitology â€" study of parasites, their hosts, and the relationship between them
    • Helminthology â€" parasitic worms (helminths)
  • Protozoology â€" study of study of protozoan, the "animal-like" (i.e., motile and heterotrophic) protists
  • Endocrinology â€" study of endocrine systems
  • Nematology â€" study of nematodes (roundworms)

History of zoology


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Animals (by common name)


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Some well-known types of animals, listed by their common names:

General zoology concepts


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  • taxonomy
  • the clade
  • monophyly
  • polyphyly
  • speciation
  • isolating mechanisms
  • concept of species
    • the phenetic species concept
    • the biological species concept
    • the recognition species concept
    • the ecological species concept
    • the pluralistic species concept

Notable zoologists


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In alphabetical order by surname:

  • Louis Agassiz (malacology, ichthyology)
  • Aristotle
  • Pierre Joseph Bonnaterre
  • Archie Carr (Herpetology, esp. sea turtles)
  • Archie Carr III, (wild mammals)
  • Eugenie Clark (Ichthyology)
  • Jeff Corwin (most animals)
  • Georges Cuvier (founder of comparative morphology)
  • Charles Darwin (formulated modern theory of evolution)
  • Richard Dawkins (ethology)
  • Dian Fossey (primatology)
  • BirutÄ— Galdikas (primatology)
  • Jane Goodall (primatology)
  • Arthur Davis Hasler (limnology, ichthyology, salmon homing)
  • Victor Hensen (planktology)
  • Libbie Hyman (invertebrate zoology)
  • Steve Irwin (herpetology)
  • William Kirby (father of entomology)
  • Hans-Wilhelm Koepcke (ornithology, herpetology)
  • Carolus Linnaeus (father of systematics)
  • Konrad Lorenz (ethology)
  • David W. Macdonald (wild mammals)
  • Ernst Mayr (evolutionary biologist)
  • Desmond Morris (ethology)
  • Ron Nowak (wild mammals)
  • Richard Owen (proposed archetypes for major groups of organisms)
  • Roger Tory Peterson (ornithology)
  • William Emerson Ritter (marine biology)
  • Thomas Say (entomology)
  • Jakob von Uexküll (animal behavior, invertebrate zoology)
  • Ernest P. Walker (wild mammals)
  • E. O. Wilson (entomology, founder of sociobiology)
  • more...

Zoology lists


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  • Lists of animals
  • Ant genera (alphabetical)
    • British ant species (common names)
    • Non-endemic ant species introduced to Great Britain and Ireland
    • Myrmecology topics
  • Amblypygid genera
  • Birds
    • Santa Cruz County, California
    • Sibley-Monroe Checklist:
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  • Domesticated animals
  • Cat breeds
  • Dog breeds
  • Freshwater aquarium fish species
  • Horse breeds
  • Marine reptiles
  • Externally visible animal parts
  • Endangered species in the U.S.
  • Category:Lists of individual animals

Further reading



  • Tree of Life Project
  • Animal Diversity Web - University of Michigan's database of animals, showing taxonomic classification, images, and other information.
  • ARKive - multimedia database of worldwide endangered/protected species and common species of UK.
  • Scientific American Magazine (December 2005 Issue) - Getting a Leg Up on Land About the evolution of four-limbed animals from fish.

See also



  • List of Russian zoologists

External links



  • A Study Guide to Invertebrate Zoology ~ at Wikibooks
  • An online encyclopedia of zoology
  • Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology
  • Books on Zoology at Project Gutenberg


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