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Scientists

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A scientist who studies outer space, the solar system, and the objects in it. Astronomer
A person who designs and builds body parts and devices. Biomedical Engineer
A scientist who studies all forms of life. Biologist
A scientist who studies animal life. Zoologist
A scientist who studies animals and the way they interact with their environment. Ecologist
A scientist who studies birds. Ornithologist
A scientist who studies blood and its diseases. Hematologist
A scientist who studies butterflies and moths. Lepidopterist
A scientist who studies classification. Taxonomist
A scientist who studies dinosaurs and fossils. Paleontologist
A scientist who studies earthquakes. Seismologist
A scientist who studies elements, atoms, and molecules. Chemist
A scientist who studies fish. Ichthyologist
A scientist who studies insects. Entomologist
A scientist who studies mammals. Mammalogist
A scientist who studies microscopic organisms. Microbiologist
A scientist who studies minerals. Mineralogist
A scientist who studies motion, forces, and energy to explain the way things work. Physicist
A scientist who studies parasites. Parasitologist
A scientist who studies fungi. Mycologist
A scientist who studies plant life. Botanist
A scientist who studies processes that change and shape the Earth. Geophysicist
A scientist who studies reptiles and amphibians. Herpetologist
A scientist who studies rocks and minerals. Geologist
A scientist who studies sound and it's properties. Audiologist
A scientist who studies the atmosphere and weather. Meteorologist
A scientist who studies the environment. Environmentalist
A scientist who studies the life forms found in the ocean. Marine Biologist
A scientist who studies the ocean. Oceanographer
A scientist who studies the remains of human life. Archaeologist
A scientist who studies viruses. Virologist
A scientist who studies volcanos. Volcanologist
A scientist who studies water and the water cycle. Hydrologist
A scientist who studies the structure of cells to learn how they function and interact with chemical and physical factors. Cell Biologist
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