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About Site - Frontiers in Zoology is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal publishing high quality research articles and reviews on all aspects of animal life. It is the first open access journal focusing on zoology as a whole. It publishes high quality research and reviews on zoological issues that will be internationally accessible.
Site - reddit.com/r/zoology
About Site - Reddit is a community of millions of users engaging in the creation of content and the sharing of conversation across tens of thousands of topics. A sub-reddit for study of the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals.
Site - karlshuker.blogspot.com
About Site - ShukerNature explores cryptozoology & animal mythology - bigfoot, chupacabras, yeti, vampires, sea monsters, Nessie, sasquatch, dragons, mystery cats.
Site - zooradio.org/episodes
About Site - Zoological Radio is a production of the Santa Barbara Zoo. Their wild and crazy team really puts the ham in radio. This podcast features interesting stories about animals from interesting people.
Site - cryptomundo.com
About Site - Cryptomundo is a number one website for cryptozoology news and opinions worldwide. It is a place to enjoy the adventures, treks, theories, and wisdom of some of the most respected leaders in the field of Cryptozoology. It is a place for all ages to share, read, see, and learn about the finds and evidence of the most elusive and rare animals (cryptids) on this planet Earth.
Site - cryptozoonews.com
About Site - Loren Coleman is a Cryptozoologist, museum director, author, television personality, retired professor, filmmaker, and social scientist. This blog is all about cryptozoology.
Site - youtube.com/channel/UCl9k..
About Site - Hi we are zoologists and wildlife documentarists Matej and Zuzana Dolinay. Together we present Living Zoology, a project which informs about life of wild animals, especially reptiles and amphibians.
Site - zoologyweblog.blogspot.com
About Site - Hi I'm Malcolm Peaker. Zoology Jottings is my blog that meanders through the animal kingdom, from aardvarks and anoles, through mouse and man, to zorillas and zebras.
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Site - reddit.com/r/Cryptozoology
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Reddit is a community of millions of users engaging in the creation of content and the sharing of conversation across tens of thousands of topics. A sub-reddit for discussion about Cryptozoology.
About Site - Hi, I'm Andrew and I'm just a simple zoology student and crustacean researcher from Ohio. This blog centers around animal IDs. I also occasionally post random zoology/animal factoid things.
Site - anoleannals.org
About Site - Anole Annals is written and edited by scientists who study Anolis lizards. Find source for the latest on Anolis lizards. Find new scientific research, natural history anecdotes, evolution and a wide range of other anole-related information.
Site - invertebrate.w.uib.no
About Site - The Invertebrate Collections is one of the University Museum's large collections of scientific zoological material. This is the blog is about the Invertebrate Collections at the University Museum of Bergen, Norway. We inform those interested about the contents of the collections and about our past and current activities.
Site - blog.zooniverse.org
About Site - Zooniverse is the world's largest and most successful citizen science organisation. Their project include Galaxy Zoo, Old Weather, Planet Hunters, Snapshot Serengeti & more.
Site - animal-world.com/newsfeed
About Site - Dr. Jungles Pets and Animal Speak is a encyclopedia of animals, Educational resource for animals and pets, pet care and animal pictures for dogs, cats, fish, birds, saltwater fish, exotic pets, coral reef, small animals, reptiles, amphibians, and horses.
Site - conservationbytes.com
About Site - ConservationBytes.com is dedicated this site to highlighting, discussing and critiquing the science of bio-wealth conservation. We stimulate scientists and any interested in maintaining their future to find real-world solutions to limit and reverse the degradation of ecosystem services supporting life on Earth.
Site - nmnh.typepad.com/no_bones
About Site - This blog contains postings from the broad diversity of individuals who make up the Invertebrate Zoology community. It is meant to be a spot for reporting both happenings and topics of interest to IZ community members to an audience ranging from others interested in invertebrate zoology.
Site - iczn.org
About Site - The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) acts as adviser and arbiter for the zoological community by generating and disseminating information on the correct use of the scientific names of animals. Several million species of animals are recognised, and more than 2000 new genus names and 15,000 new species names are added to the zoological literature every year.
Site - primatology.net
About Site - Primatology.net is a blog run by a group of volunteers interested in the research, preservation, and conservation of primates. We post current research, news, book reviews, videos, and other forms of media that are related to primates. We blog on topics that we will cover are ecology, psychology, biology, anthropology, medicine, as well as others.
Site - birdchick.com/blog
About Site - An interest in the ecology of birds will probably lead you to this site, which features full-color images and information about birds. Sharon Stiteler, the Birdchick, talks about the latest in birding news.
Site - amazingzoology.com
About Site - Amazing Zoology is a website dedicated to providing new findings related to animals science from animal diversity to molecular biology. Find posts and updates on latest findings and activities in zoology with articles, videos, lessons and text book series.
Site - ecoevoblog.com
Trinity College, Dublin
About Site - The Ecology & Evolution blog of the School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin. Find posts and updates on plant-pollinator networks, food-webs, ecosystem stability, animal social interaction networks, parasitology, plant systematics, marine biology, morphological evolution, palaeontology, behavioural ecology, biodiversity research and developmental biology.
Site - cfzaustralia.com
About Site - CFZ Australia is a branch of the non-profit UK-based Centre for Fortean Zoology (CFZ). We're naturalists, authors, photographers, and academics with a strong interest in zoology. CFZ examines unusual and aberrant animal behavior, animal mutilations, animal colour variants, teratology, and animal folklore.
Woolsery, North Devon
About Site - Hi I'm Jon Downes. I am a Author, musician, filmmaker, manic-depressive, singer, grandad, editor, husband, stepdad, poet, cripple, cryptozoologist. The CFZ (Centre for Fortean Zoology) hunts for mystery animals.
Site - zoologyforkids.org/blog
About Site - Zoology for Kids is a science book that connects wildlife enthusiasts to the wonderful world of zoology. It covers science news, highlight conservation issues and success stories, and interview zoologists.
About Site - Cryptozoology is the investigation of animals not yet recognized by science, but whose existence is hinted at by eye witness accounts, photos, or traces. I provided a major review of Australian cryptozoology in my book. This blog aims to continue reporting on that research.
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Site - tetzoo.com
About Site - Tetrapod Zoology is the podcast of the famous blog by Darren Naish, with John Conway as the straight-man. Discussion of all things tetrapod and vertebrate palaeontology, and many things not.
About Site - Zoology Learning Point is a website is specially meant for students of B.Sc. (Biology group), M.Sc. (Zoology). A separate section in the name of Primary Education is specially meant to fulfil the needs of primary education. This website is created to fulfill the needs of students of Life sciences specially Zoology.
Site - forteanzoology.blogspot.com
Woolsery, North Devon
About Site - Hi I'm Jon Downes. I am an author, musician, filmmaker, manic-depressive, singer, grandad, editor, husband, stepdad, poet, cripple, cryptozoologist & Director, Centre for Fortean Zoology. I blog about cryptozoology.
About Site - The Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ) at the University of California, Berkeley, is a center for research and education in the biology of amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. We provide videos on international research on evolutionary biology from the perspectives of systematic, ecology, behavior, functional and developmental morphology, population biology, and evolutionary genomics.
Site - whogivesamonkeys.com
Limón, Costa Rica
About Site - Hi I'm Asha Tanna. I am Brit journo w a Masters in Primate Biology/Behaviour & Conservation. I qualified with a Masters in Primate Biology, Behaviour and Conservation in 2012.
Site - middiezoology.blogspot.com
About Site - Zoology At MHS is a page is designed to help Middletown High School students stay connected with the world of zoology outside of the classroom.
About Site - Hi I'm Evan Boucher. I am a CG artist. I like cartoons and am kind of unreasonably obsessed with animals. I blog about cryptozoology and posts animal cartoons and much more.
Site - zoologynotes.wordpress.com
About Site - Hi I'm Matthew. I'm currently studying Zoology with Herpetology at Bangor University and have had a passion for wildlife my entire life. Zoology notes is, a collection of my jottings as a zoologist. It will be containing records of creatures that I find, information on animals that I am particularly interested in, news from the world of zoology and a few tips and tricks that I pick up.
Site - sidorovich.blog
About Site - Hi I'm Vadim Sidorovich. I have been in zoological studies since 1982, Doctor of Biology since 1989, Professor since 2007. I blog about my former zoological way and to tell about the questions that I have investigated recently.
About Site - The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is a charity devoted to the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. Find videos on conservation of animals of the world.