An Arachnologist is a scientist who specializes in the study of all arachnid species, such as spiders, scorpions, harvestmen, ticks and solifugae.
A restoration biologist observes and studies terrestrial animals and plants with a focus on creating projects to restore damaged and vulnerable ecosystems.
A Field Assistant accompanies researchers or scientists to assist them in various tasks, such as collecting samples and recording data
A wildlife ecologist studies the relationship between the various species of terrestrial animals and plants and the environment they occur in.
A wildlife biologist observes and studies terrestrial animals and plants with a focus on areas such as fieldwork, academic research, or policymaking
A teacher instructs learners or children, typically in a school environment, on a range of subjects.
An Anthrozoologist studies the different interactions between humans and animals. They look at the importance of animals in our lives.
A digital sculptor is an individual who creates sculptures or items through digital or 3D printing.
Basic information on the Aardvark
Basic information on the male peacock spider