"In America," with Host James Earl Jones, Will Focus a New Segment on New Efforts in Zoology

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New content will help educate on advances in a important field of animal studies.

James Earl Jones, the host of the popular public broadcasting television show "In America," will be opening a segment on new efforts in the zoology field. Zoology is a popular topic among many, and there are always new advancements that are the topic of discussion. The segment will focus on all of the new advancements and efforts being made, as well as organizations that implement them.

Zoology is commonly known as animal biology. The topic encompasses all animals, both currently living on earth and those that are already extinct. This segment will feature discussion on various topics within the field including efforts that various organizations are making for the better treatment of animals in captivity, and the tracking of endangered and at-risk animals in the wild. There are many technological advancements that will be discussed as well as discoveries made in the field. Zoology is an important topic of discussion with many moving parts.

Please check your local Public Television channels for airings of "In America." The program is privately produced, and is not related to PBS.

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