Aristotle is known as the Father of Biology. He was born in 384 BC.
In the 4th century BC, Aristotle travelled to Lesvos filled with wildlife. His fascination with what he found there and his fascination is what led to the birth of a new science known as Biology.
Aristotle is known as the “Father of Biology” because he widely studied the natural world and examined its origins using scientific insights and systematic observations rather than connecting it to divine interference. He was also the first to uncover the relationship between animals and establish a system of classification.