Biology and its many branches cover the anatomical, physiological and behavioral study of living organisms as well as their origins and distribution. Simply put biology is the study of life itself, standing as an answer to the human intrinsic need to know what life is all about. The knowledge about ourselves and what surrounds us has always constituted an important tool throughout our history, providing intrinsic answers about, for example, how ones body work to large-scale problems that have affected the living world to which we clearly belong. It has as well created the humble perspective about ourselves upon the awareness of the incredible dimension of what surrounds us, calling out the need of taking measures to protect not only our species but also the others that surrounds us with conservational principles of coexistence.
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