Definition of Cetologist. Meaning of Cetologist. Synonyms of Cetologist

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Definition of Cetologist

Cetologist
Cetologist Ce*tol"o*gist, a. One versed in cetology.

Meaning of Cetologist from wikipedia

- of whales, dolphins, and porpoises in the scientific order Cetacea. Cetologists, or those who practice cetology, s**** to understand and explain cetacean...
- The harbour porpoise was one of the most accessible species for early cetologists; because it could be seen close to land, inhabiting shallow coastal areas...
- recorded sighting was in 1952 which led to its formal naming by ****anese cetologist Munesato Yamada in 1954. The pygmy killer whale is dark gray to black...
- is set in the Sundarbans. The plot centres on a headstrong American cetologist who arrives to study a rare species of river dolphin, enlisting a local...
- the village's fuel reserves. Rachel Bedford, a colleague of Ken's and a cetologist, shows Nolan how similar whales are to humans and tells him that, "If...
- best in comedic situations. Catherine Hicks plays Dr. Gillian Taylor, a cetologist on 20th-century Earth. During production a rumor circulated that the part...
- The harbour porpoise was one of the most accessible species for early cetologists, because it could be seen very close to land, inhabiting shallow coastal...
- resulting disorientation probably led to the stranding. Ken Balcomb, a cetologist, specializes in the killer whale po****tions that inhabit the Strait of...
- John Cunningham Lilly (January 6, 1915 – September 30, 2001) was an American physician, neuroscientist, psychoanalyst, psychonaut, philosopher, writer...
- Francis Fraser may refer to: Francis Charles Fraser (1903–1978), cetologist Frankie Fraser (1923–2014), English criminal Francis Humphris Fraser (1833–1911)...