Have you ever really thought what kind of visual tools you need to see an animal? God created some organisms to be super tiny. Some of these organisms we call animals because they are unicellular. Many unicellular organisms, including those in the animal kingdom, survive by utilizing nutrition from their environment around them. These animals may be small, but you do not want to get into a fight with them. Many of them cause great detriment to the human. These animals are so amazing that they can wipe out whole organisms.
The great thing about studying zoology is that you get to study large organisms as well. The massive size of whales, some birds, etc. astounds me.
I cannot even begin to imagine what creatures we have not even begun to discover such as the Loch Ness Monster, Big Foot, and perhaps even Dinosaurs still alive today. I am baffled, yet excited at the prospect that there are creatures out there that we have yet to discover. What kind of impact, good or bad, do these organisms have on mankind? What happens if they somehow become extinct without a fuller explanation as to what these creatures are like.
Along with the study of animals, sometimes comes the study of the unknown. As you and I study zoology, together and as individuals, we can stand in awe of these amazing creatures.