Ethnozoology is the study of the past and present interrelationships between human cultures and the animals in their environment. It includes classification and naming of zoological forms, cultural knowledge and use of wild and domestic animals. It is one of the main subdisciplines of ethnobiology and shares many methodologies and theoretical fram...
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ethnozoology 1. Study of the complex relationships between people and animals which can include the study of human relationships with and use of domesticated animals, and the management of wild animals for hunting and other uses. 2. The study of the way various cultural groups make use of, interact with, or classify the animals of their environmen...
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