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René Antoine Ferchault de Réaumer (1683 - 1757), French scientist: demonstrated that the fermenting action of stomach juices is a chemical process.
Claude Bernard (1813 - 1878), French physiologist: develop the concept of the stability of the internal bodily environment (homeostasis).
Karl von Baer (1792 - 1876), Estonian naturalist, biologist and a founding father of embryology: was the first to observe a mammalian egg within an ovary.
Christian Heinrich Pander (1794 - 1865), Baltic-German biologist and embryologist: studied the chick embryo and discovered the germ's three layers in 1817.
Antoine Lavoisier (1743 - 1794), French nobleman, chemist and biologist: analyzed respiration as a form of combustion.
Theodor Boveri (1862 - 1915), German biologist: demonstrated that chromosomes show continuity from one cell generation to the next.
Theodosius Dobzhansky (1900 - 1975), Ukrainian-American geneticist and evolutionary biologist: discovered that the species is the basic unit of evolution.
Hermann Muller (1890 - 1967), American geneticist: used X rays to induce mutations in the fruit fly, thereby initiated major studies on the nature of variation.
Rudolf Virchow (1821 - 1902), German doctor, anthropologist, pathologist and biologist: best known for his work on cellular pathology and biogenesis (the belief that living things come only from other living things).
Jane Goodall (1934 - ), British primatologist and anthropologist: the world's leading authority on chimpanzees.
Most Outstanding Zoology Resources
The University of Florida Book of Insect World Records
Zoology for Kids
Zoology (Grades K - 8) - Kids.gov
History of zoology
Science Careers: Zoologist and Wildlife Biologist
Search for Your Favorite Animals - National Geographic Kids
Wild Animal Facts and Pictures - National Geographic
Endangered Species Animal Fact Sheets - Kids' Planet
Zoology for Teachers
The Secret Lives of Wild Animals - National Science Foundation
Animal Teachers - National Geographic Little Kids
What's A Mammal? - Discovery Education
PBS Teachers - Science & Tech Animals: Mammals
Biodiversity for kids - Teacher's Guide
Zoology Biographies (Zoologists)
Timeline of zoology
Zoologists - Fact Monster
Glossaries and Dictionaries
Zoology Glossary - UCMP
Animal Words (English/French) Picture Dictionary
Timeline of zoology
Animal Sciences’ Discoveries Timeline
Historical Timeline of the Animal Rights Movement
Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan
Grant Museum of Zoology
University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge
Zoological Museum of Moscow University
Baby Animals Quiz
Animal Quizzes - National Geographic
Animal Classification Quiz
Zoology and Zoologists on Stamps and Images
Antarctic Animals - NOAA
Cryptozoology and Philately
Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Zoology Science Fair Projects and Experiments
From Pavlov to the Skinner Box
General Zoology Resources
Equine Science Publications - Texas A&M University, Department of Animal Science
The Amphibian Ark
Coral Reef Animal Printouts - EnchantedLearning.com
Coral Reef Protection - EPA
Welcome to Corals - NOAA
The Coral Reefs - .oceanwonderland.com
Skunks - Dragoo Institute
Tasmanian Wildlife Fact Sheets - Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
Animal Sound & Video Catalog - Macaulay Library
Polar Bear - Wikipedia
Bear Facts - Polar Bears International
Polar Bears in Recent Decades - NOAA
Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection.- Earl W. Fleck, Ph.D.
Birdfeeders Information & Tips - birdfeedersinfo4u.com
Giraffe Pictures and Facts
Australia's Lost Kingdoms - lostkingdoms.com
Crane Migration - Operation Migration
Journey North: A Global Study of Wildlife Migration: Monarch Butterfly - learner.org
Asian Elephants - Smithsonian
Kangaroo and Wallaby - San Diego Zoo
Monterey Bay Aquarium: Online Field Guide
Secrets of the Ocean Realm: Sea Dwellers - PBS
Saint Louis Zoo
Dolphin Research Center
Wild Animal Watch: Dolphins - Scholastic
Animals in Japanese Paintings and Prints - Pacific Asia Museum
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International
The Gorilla Foundation - Koko.org
Gorillas in Congo: Blog from the Virunga Gorilla Park
Welcome to Bat Conservation International
Leeches - Australian Museum
North America's Destination for Birding on the Web - eBird
John James Audubon's Birds of America
Animal Terms - University of Alberta
Bird Education Network
North America Animals - Canadian Museum of Nature
Snakes of North America - Doug Henderson, Dennis Paulson (University of Puget Sound)