The article wizarding naturalist redirects here. Do we know fo sure that a wizarding naturalist is the excact same thing as a Magizoologist? Isn´t it possible that a naturalist does research in several fields of study. (animals, plants, possibly even earth magic) and a Magizoologist specialises in animals? Canon only tells us that Luna did research on creatures, though.
I´m not sure if there are even set qualifications. Newt Scamander may not even have graduated from school. (I remember long talks about this topic). Personally, I never considered a Magizppöpgist. I´m sure he is never refered to as one in canon.--Rodolphus (talk) 20:43, April 7, 2017 (UTC)
- Rowling has never referred to Hagrid as a Magizoologist. He is only ever Keeper of the Keys/Groundkeeper and then Professor. Maybe just a note in Behind the scenes stating the possibility until we see any further evidence? -- Kates39 (talk) 21:34, April 7, 2017 (UTC)