Definition of Cetology. Meaning of Cetology. Synonyms of Cetology

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- Cetology (from Gr**** κῆτος, kētos, "whale"; and -λογία, -logia) or whalelore (also known as whaleology) is the branch of marine mammal science that studies...
- The cetology of Herman Melville's 1851 novel, Moby-****, is Ishmael's zoological cl****ification of whales. Although a work of fiction, Melville included...
- whales; and have presented them with their p****ports to quit the Kingdom of Cetology." Mammals portal Marine life portal Dwarf manatee Manatee of Helena "Trichechus...
- between the MCZ and the WHOI - his work with the latter likely relating to Cetology as opposed to fossil studies. William E. Schevill's study of whales also...
- branches of zoology include: anthrozoology, arachnology, archaeozoology, cetology, embryology, entomology, helminthology, herpetology, histology, ichthyology...
- robustus: its distribution and migration" (PDF). ****an Cetology. 20: 21–29. doi:10.5181/cetology.0.20_21. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-04...
- In cetology, the study of whales and other cetaceans, a blowhole is the hole (or spiracle) at the top of the head through which the animal breathes air...
- a cold Christmas Day, the Pequod leaves the harbor. Ishmael discusses cetology (the zoological cl****ification and natural history of the whale), and describes...
- Zoology (outline) Animal communications Apiology Arachnology Carcinology Cetology Entomology Forensic entomology Ethnozoology Ethology Helminthology Herpetology...
- low frequency sounds from several species of whales off Oahu, Hawaii". Cetology. 45: 1–19. Yochem, P.K.; Leatherwood, S. (1985). "Blue Whale Balaenoptera...
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