Diseases of Bovine (Cattle and Buffalo)

1.0 Digestive Disease of Bovine (Cattle and Buffalo) 1.1 Bovine Viral Diarrhea Bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) is a significant disease of cattle that found endemic in most of the countries all over the world (Fray et al., 2000). It is a viral disease that arises from the bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) (NYSCHAP, 2007). This … Read more

Threats to the Sumatran elephant

In today’s modern world, there are various animals that are critically endangered and are at risk of extinction. The number of species that are at risk of extinction are continuing to grow, and we as humans, are completely failing these species. The destruction of habitats and the excessive killing of species while hunting has both … Read more

Conduct a web based search in order to identify valid resources relevant to animal studies

Evaluate the resources and describe the role they might play in helping you to develop knowledge and understanding throughout the course To enhance learning, produce assignments and complete the Animal Studies course, I will need to use sources of information that are reliable, reputable and impartial. These can be found via web searches but reading … Read more

Animal Cruelty in Testing

In 2014, Ryan Moore adopted three 8-week-old bunnies from the Freedom + Rescue Project, a nonprofit organization that rescues animals from laboratories once they were done being experimented on. One of the bunnies died just after a month later, and another one after two to three years. Four years later, Moore noticed that his third … Read more


ENDANGERED ANIMALS Animals that are endangered are exactly what you think it mean. Those animals are in danger of becoming extinct in other words nonexistent;there won’t be anymore of that kind of animal. The question is why are they becoming extinct what is happening to them. Well that is easy they are dying. Now why … Read more

Breeds of Kiwi

The Southern Brown Kiwi (Tokoeka) is a species of Kiwi found in the far South of New Zealand. It is grouped into 2 subspecies; the first is somewhat common (population of 20,000) and is found on Stewart Island, and the second is found in the southwest of the South Island, with a population of 7,000 … Read more

Shark Netting

The thought of getting bit by a shark, is often accompanied by the thought of pure horror. Regardless, if that person be an environmentalist, or just your average beachgoer going to a swim, the realities of a shark bite are too horrifying to imagine. Which is why, coastal beaches absolutely must continued to be permitted … Read more

Euthanasia in Animals

In 2015-2016 5,872 dogs in the RSPCA were euthanized. 67.12% was for behavioral problems, 24.69% were for medical reasons, 4.77% was for legal action, and 2.96% was infectious. A dying dog is euthanized to put it out of its misery, but what about the other 72.26%? Is euthanizing animals an act of mercy, or an … Read more

The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert

In The Sixth Extinction, Elizabeth Kolbert examines various aspects of this theory. She begins by stating our understanding of evolution and extinction, beginning in revolutionary France, where Georges Cuvier’s work made extinction a conceivable subject for further studies. By taking at how we have come to understand the planet, Kolbert stresses the imbalance between our … Read more

Apterygidae Birds

One of the most common misconceptions regarding any branch of the animal kingdom is that “all birds can fly.” Apterygidae, commonly known as kiwi birds (referred to as simply ‘kiwi’), is one of the families of birds that is incapable of flying. Along with this trait, kiwis possess many others that are indicative of both … Read more

Reproductive Modulation

Reproductive modulation has been documented across various animal taxa, including mammals. Species which show the most extreme examples of altered reproduction usually live in highly complex and cooperative social groups. Within mammals, naked mole-rats and marmosets are two examples of highly social species which show pronounced reproductive modulation. In both cases, subordinate males and females … Read more

Okapis – Annotated Bibliography

Beyers, R. L., Hart, J. A., Sinclair, A. R., Grossmann, F., Klinkenberg, B., & Dino, S. (n.d.). Resource Wars and Conflict Ivory: The Impact of Civil Conflict on Elephants in the Democratic Republic of Congo – The Case of the Okapi Reserve. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0027129 This article describes the negative impacts on … Read more

Natural History of Ursus Maritimus

Ursus Maritimus, polar bear, is a species of placental mammals. Out of all the bears the polar bear is the largest, weighing up to 680 kilograms. Reaching reach body length of about 10 feet, this species is also known to be the largest predator on land. The shoulder height of polar bear can range from … Read more

The Dutch Draft Horse

There is so many different breeds of horse too many too count. Some are used for specific jobs and some are used just for entertainment. Many of the horses are set up into different classifications draft, light horse, and miniature It depends on what you are looking for, for what kind of horse you need. … Read more

Analysis of Gambusia holbrooki

Abstract In this paper, we will be discussing the Gambusia holbrooki. We will be conducting experiments to test our hypotheses: as the age of G. holbrooki increase so does the mortality rate. We also analyzed our data that is quantified in the life table. In this experiment we went to the field and gathered our … Read more

Writing a zoology essay

Here are some topics and themes you may want to include in your zoology essay.

Introduction to Zoology: Start by providing an overview of zoology, its importance, and its applications in various fields.

Animal Taxonomy and Classification: Discuss the classification of animals and the different taxonomic groups, such as phylum, class, and order.

Animal Anatomy and Physiology: Explore the structure and function of different animal body systems, such as the skeletal, muscular, nervous, and digestive systems.

Animal Behavior: Discuss the study of animal behavior, including social behavior, communication, and mating rituals.

Ecology and Conservation: Discuss the relationships between animals and their environment, including the study of ecosystems and the conservation of endangered species.

Evolution and Adaptation: Explore the theory of evolution and its role in shaping the diversity of animal life. Discuss the concept of adaptation and how animals have evolved to survive in different environments.

Animal Research: Discuss the use of animals in scientific research, including the ethical and moral considerations surrounding animal testing.

Zoology and Human Health: Explore the role of animals in human health, including the study of zoonotic diseases and the use of animals in medical research.

Zoology and Agriculture: Discuss the impact of zoology on agriculture, including animal breeding, livestock management, and pest control.

Future Directions in Zoology: Discuss the future directions of zoology, including emerging technologies, such as genomics and biotechnology, and the implications of these technologies for animal research and conservation.

Sample zoology essay titles

Stuck for a title? Here are some ideas to inspire you:

  • The Role of Zoos in Animal Conservation: A Critical Analysis
  • The Evolution of Animal Communication: From Grunts to Songs
  • The Amazing World of Animal Adaptations: Surviving in Extreme Environments
  • The Mysteries of Animal Migration: Navigating Across Oceans and Continents
  • The Curious Case of Animal Intelligence: From Problem-Solving to Tool Use
  • The Unseen World of Animal Microbes: How Tiny Organisms Shape Animal Health
  • The Art of Animal Tracking: Reading Clues and Signs in the Wild
  • The Wonders of Animal Parenting: From Nest Building to Milk Production
  • The Marvels of Animal Eyes: Vision in the Animal Kingdom
  • The Future of Zoology: Exploring the Frontiers of Biotechnology and Genomics