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*[[Animal communication]] *[[Animal communication]]
*[[Animal ethics]] *[[Animal ethics]]
-*''[[Animals in Translation]]'' (book)+*[[Anthrozoology]]
*[[Behavioral ecology]] *[[Behavioral ecology]]
*[[Cognitive ethology]] *[[Cognitive ethology]]

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Ethology (from Greek: ήθος, ethos, "custom"; and λόγος, logos, "knowledge") is the scientific study of animal behavior, and a branch of zoology.

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