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Animal Behaviorists

Work Environment

Environments vary for animal behaviorists depending on the specific jobs they hold. Those working in zoos, shelters, sanctuaries, and so on, work both outdoors and indoors conducting research and monitoring behavior of animals. Depending on the specific situation, there may be unpleasant odors.

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