Browse notable zoologists such as Alfred Kinsey, Jack Hanna, and Dian Fossey.
Philanthropist, Zoologist, Television Personality, Journalist / 1947 -
Jack Hanna, animal expert and former director of the Columbus Zoo, makes regular appearances on TV talk shows to teach people about exotic animals.
James D. Watson
Anthropologist, Educator, Biologist, Zoologist, Academic Author, Journalist / 1894 - 1956
Biologist Alfred Kinsey wrote Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, which was based on research he and his colleagues conducted at the Institute for Sex Research.
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