Animal World

Introduction and Historical Background

Who is the “father of zoology”?

Aristotle (384–322 B.C.E.) is considered the “father of zoology.” His contributions to zoology include vast quantities of information about the variety, structure, and behavior of animals, the analysis of the parts of living organisms, and the beginnings of the science of taxonomy.


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