Global Animal Science and Zoology aims to publish original research articles, reviews, and short communications that cover a wide range of topics related to animal science and zoology. The journal welcomes submissions on the following topics:

  1. Anatomy and morphology of animals
  2. Animal behavior and welfare
  3. Animal biotechnology
  4. Animal breeding and genetics
  5. Animal diseases and health
  6. Animal ecology and conservation
  7. Animal nutrition and feeding
  8. Animal physiology and biochemistry
  9. Animal reproduction and development
  10. Aquatic animal science and fisheries
  11. Avian science and poultry production
  12. Comparative animal biology and evolution
  13. Endangered species and conservation biology
  14. Entomology and insect science
  15. Ethology and animal cognition
  16. Farm animal science and production
  17. Fish and aquatic animal health
  18. Invertebrate zoology
  19. Microbiology and parasitology
  20. Molecular biology and genetics
  21. Neuroscience and animal behavior
  22. Pharmacology and toxicology
  23. Veterinary science and medicine
  24. Wildlife management and ecology
  25. Zoological systematics and taxonomy
  26. Animal behavior, communication, and cognition
  27. Animal genetics, genomics, and epigenetics
  28. Animal physiology, morphology, and anatomy
  29. Animal ecology, biogeography, and conservation
  30. Animal evolution, systematics, and taxonomy
  31. Wildlife management and conservation
  32. Animal welfare and ethics
  33. Domestic animal science and production
  34. Veterinary medicine and surgery
  • Invasive species and biosecurity
  1. Climate change and its impacts on animal populations

In addition to these topics, Global Animal Science and Zoology also welcomes submissions on interdisciplinary and emerging topics related to animal science and zoology. The journal adheres to strict ethical standards and policies, including the COPE guidelines and the Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments (ARRIVE) guidelines. All submitted manuscripts are subject to rigorous peer review by at least two independent experts in the field. Global Animal Science and Zoology is committed to providing high-quality and timely feedback to authors and to ensuring that published articles are of the highest quality and impact. The journal also provides open access to all published articles, ensuring that research findings are accessible to a wide audience and can contribute to the advancement of the animal science and zoology field.

We welcome interdisciplinary research that integrates biological, ecological, social, and technological approaches to address complex problems related to animal science and zoology. We prioritize original research that presents novel findings and methods, and that has significant implications for theory, policy, or practice.

As an open access journal, Global Animal Science and Zoology provides free and immediate access to its content, ensuring that research findings are widely accessible to all interested readers. We adhere to rigorous editorial and peer-review processes to ensure the highest standards of scientific integrity, transparency, and quality. We are committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of the journal, from our editorial team and reviewers to the content we publish.


  1. Animal behavior
  2. Animal breeding
  3. Animal care and welfare
  4. Animal conservation
  5. Animal development
  6. Animal ecology
  7. Animal genetics
  8. Animal nutrition
  9. Animal physiology
  10. Animal reproduction
  11. Animal research
  12. Animal welfare
  13. Animal-assisted therapy
  14. Aquatic animals
  15. Avian science
  16. Biomedical research
  17. Biotechnology
  18. Bovine science
  19. Canine science
  20. Captive breeding
  21. Cell biology
  22. Conservation biology
  23. Cytology
  24. Developmental biology
  25. Ecology
  26. Embryology
  27. Endocrinology
  28. Entomology
  29. Environmental science
  30. Evolutionary biology
  31. Exotic animals
  32. Farm animals
  33. Fish biology
  34. Food safety
  • Forensic science
  1. Genetics
  • Herpetology
  • Histology
  • Horse science
  1. Immunology
  2. Insect science
  3. Marine biology
  4. Microbiology
  5. Molecular biology
  6. Neurobiology
  7. Ornithology
  8. Parasitology
  9. Pharmacology
  10. Physiology
  11. Poultry science
  12. Reproductive biology
  13. Stem cell research
  • Veterinary medicine
  1. Wildlife biology
  2. Zoology
  • Animal ethics
  1. Animal rights
  2. Animal welfare laws
  3. Applied animal behavior
  4. Avian behavior
  5. Avian ecology
  6. Avian nutrition
  7. Avian physiology
  8. Behavior genetics
  • Biodegradable animal products
  1. Bioethics
  • Biomechanics
  • Bioremediation
  • Biotechnology in animal science
  1. Bovine nutrition
  2. Canine behavior
  3. Canine nutrition
  • Captive animal management
  1. Captive animal welfare
  2. Cell signaling
  • Cellular biology
  1. Climate change impacts on animals
  2. Comparative anatomy
  3. Comparative biochemistry
  4. Comparative genetics
  5. Comparative immunology
  6. Conservation genetics
  • Disease ecology
  1. Domestic animal behavior
  2. Domestication of animals
  • Ecosystem ecology
  1. Electrophysiology
  2. Endangered species management
  3. Environmental enrichment for captive animals
  4. Environmental toxicology
  5. Epigenetics
  6. Ethology
  • Evolutionary ecology
  1. Evolutionary genetics
  2. Exercise physiology
  • Exotic animal behavior
  1. Exotic animal nutrition
  2. Exotic animal welfare
  3. Fish ecology
  4. Fish nutrition
  5. Genetic engineering in animal science
  6. Host-parasite interactions
  7. Immune system
  8. Insect ecology
  9. Invertebrate biology
  10. Limnology
  11. Livestock genetics
  12. Livestock nutrition
  13. Meat science
  14. Medical genetics
  15. Microbial ecology
  16. Molecular genetics
  17. Muscle biology
  18. Neurophysiology
  19. Non-invasive monitoring of animal behavior
  20. Nutrient metabolism
  21. Oceanography
  22. One Health
  23. Parasite ecology
  24. Pathology
  25. Phylogenetics
  26. Phylogeography
  27. Physiology of stress in animals
  28. Population biology
  29. Poultry nutrition
  30. Prey-predator interactions
  31. Proteomics
  32. Livestock production
  33. Wildlife management
  34. Ecology
  35. Biodiversity
  36. Biogeography
  37. Bioethics
  38. Biostatistics
  39. Biotechnology
  40. Biosecurity
  41. Bioremediation
  42. Biomimicry
  43. Comparative anatomy
  44. Comparative physiology
  45. Conservation biology
  46. Evolutionary biology
  47. Endocrinology
  48. Entomology
  49. Genetics
  50. Genomics
  51. Immunology
  52. Marine biology
  53. Microbiology
  54. Mycology
  55. Neurobiology
  56. Paleontology
  57. Parasitology
  58. Pathology
  59. Pharmacology
  60. Phylogenetics
  61. Phylogeography
  62. Plant-animal interactions
  63. Population biology
  64. Reproductive biology
  65. Taxonomy
  66. Veterinary medicine
  67. Zoonotic diseases
  68. Adaptation
  69. Animal behavior
  70. Animal communication
  71. Animal cognition
  72. Animal domestication
  73. Animal welfare
  74. Animal rights
  75. Animal husbandry
  76. Aquaculture
  77. Avian biology
  78. Biocultural diversity
  79. Biogeographic regions
  80. Biogeomorphology
  81. Biophysical modeling
  82. Climate change
  83. Community ecology
  84. Conservation genetics
  85. Culture and conservation
  86. Decision-making in conservation
  87. Ecosystem ecology
  88. Environmental change
  89. Environmental justice
  90. Environmental policy
  91. Environmental sociology
  92. Ethnoecology
  93. Fisheries management
  94. Forest ecology
  95. Landscape ecology
  96. Mammalogy
  97. Marine ecology
  98. Microbial ecology
  99. Molecular biology
  100. Movement ecology
  101. Natural resource management
  102. Plant ecology
  103. Population genetics
  104. Predator-prey interactions
  105. Range ecology
  106. Restoration ecology
  107. Sensory ecology
  108. Social-ecological systems
  109. Soil ecology
  110. Sustainability
  111. Terrestrial ecology
  112. Wetland ecology
  113. Wildlife conservation
  114. Zoogeography
  115. Adaptation and acclimation
  116. Animal breeding and genetics
  117. Animal cell culture
  118. Animal development and growth
  119. Animal nutrition
  120. Animal physiology
  121. Animal reproduction
  122. Animal welfare and ethics
  123. Biomedical research with animals
  124. Dairy science
  125. Developmental biology
  126. Environmental microbiology
  127. Insect science
  128. Invertebrate biology
  129. Meat science
  130. Molluscan biology
  131. Wildlife biology and management.

The keywords are not exhaustive and can be expanded further depending on the scope of the journal.

To conclude, Global Animal Science and Zoology is an international, open access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish high-quality research articles in all areas of animal science and zoology. The journal is committed to advancing our understanding of animal biology and promoting the welfare of animals through the dissemination of scientific knowledge. Our mission is to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, and scholars to publish their research findings and promote collaboration among experts in the field. Our vision is to be a leading journal in the field of animal science and zoology, publishing cutting-edge research and fostering innovation and discovery. The journal's scope encompasses all aspects of animal biology, including genetics, physiology, behavior, ecology, and conservation. We welcome original research articles, reviews, perspectives, and commentaries that advance our understanding of animals and their interactions with their environment. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive resource for animal scientists and zoologists worldwide, promoting interdisciplinary research and collaboration across fields.