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Wild Life Biologist
Published on Nov 19, 2015
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IN OTHER WORDS ZOOLOGIST
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers
WHAT IS A WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST
A wildlife biologist is someone who studies and
manages wild animals and their habitats
And also study the physical characteristics of animals,
animal behaviors, and the impacts humans have on wildlife and natural habitats.
WHAT THEY DO
Wildlife biologist work out side in a animals habitat
Gathering and gaining information about that animal like if it's
Sick or they are coming extinct or tracking them for there migrations
WELL KNOW BiOLOGIST
Charles Darwin (1809–1882) Well know for: Theory of Evolution
Steve Irwin (1962 - 2006) well know for: crocodile hunting
Jane Goodall well know for: working with chimpanzee
Bruce L. Smith well know for: working with extinct animals
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BECOME A BIOLOGIST
Zoologists and wildlife biologists need at least a bachelor’s degree.
Many schools offer bachelor’s degree programs in zoology and
wildlife biology or a closely related field such as ecology.
Habitat Biologist $63,000
Wildlife Specialist $56,000
Natural Resources Biologist $62,000
Environmental Biologist $86,000
It also depends on your location
Positions that require professional knowledge and competence
Positions in the science of wildlife biology to perform work involving:
the conservation, propagation, management, protection
It is projected to grow 5 percent from
2012 - 2022
wildlife biologists will be needed to study the impact of population
growth and development on wildlife and their habitats.
They work in offices,labs,and outdoors
The mostly gather information on the animals and work
In the field with the animals
FUN FACTS BIOLOGIST FOUND ABOUT
A wolf can eat up to 20 pounds of meat in one sitting.
Goldfish lose their color if kept in dim light. Similar to humans, they need sunlight to keep their pigment.
A flamingo can only eat when it’s head is upside down.
Mosquitos are attracted to the color blue twice as much as to any other color.
The giraffe has no vocal cords and communicates by vibrating the air around its neck.
MORE FUN FACTS
Dolphins sleep with one half of the brain at a time, and with one eye open
A snail can sleep for 3 years at a stretch.
Most elephants weigh less than the tongue of a blue whale.
All polar bears are left-handed.
A rat can last longer without water than a camel.
TYPES OF BIOLOGY
Habitat Biologist , Agfc Biologist Specialist
Natural Resources Biologist ,Environmental Biologist , Wildlife Specialist
Fish & Wildlife Biologist , Wildlife Biologist , Environmental Program Specialist
Biologist Supervisor , Wildlife Biologist G ,Biologist Program Manager
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