Well, I like growing trees so I am going to say botanist. You can specialize on like flowers, trees, agriculture. and you can work for forests, parks, universities, agriculture companies etc. If you have made your mind about animals though, your work environment doesn't depend on your field necessarily. You should decide what would you like to do with the animals. Would you like to go outdoors and observe wild animals, Would you like to grow baby animals, care for them and maybe educate them. You can cure animals, You can make researches in lab to uncover their mysteries. Maybe you would like to educate other people about animals. Or maybe digging the soil and uncovering the animals lived millions of years ago. Those are the things that I can think of and yes you can choose more than one at the same time.
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Statistical Geneticist Medical Geneticist Microbiologist Biochemist Biomedical Engineer Molecular Biologist Plant Breeder-Ag-big business Plant Pathologist-plant diseases Limnology-lake water biology and chemistry Wildlife Ecology Ecology Entomology-insects Bacteriologist Biostatician/Statistician-design clinical trials for animals for big companies.