Zoolog y

Zoology is first and foremost a noun and denotes the science of animal structure, and various characteristics related to habitat and classification.  Physiology and distribution are also elements involved with the zoology.  For example you have the zoological garden(s) naturally prone to an organised collection of animals.  Obviously bird sanctuaries, wildlife reserves, flower shows, and the communal garden park are at the top end of this list with their individually specific zoologies.  Observation and study is made easier and often clues, life lessons and new alliances can be made with the animal kingdom.

If you find your local park boring, you very well could be taking the life there for granted.  It’s also worthy of note that even if you don’t go to the park that often, a bee or any other flying creature will find you out.

Additionally, at the fringes of cultivated land is a multitude of activity.  The process of cultivation is quite mysterious and has many forms.  Perhaps the best cultivated land makes space for new ecological cycles, even if this is only a by-product or side effect.

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