Austrian zoologist, ethologist, and ornithologist who earned the 1973 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medication and is known as among the founders of contemporary ethology. He began a premedical curriculum at Columbia School in 1922 and examined at the School of Vienna in 1923. He released several well-known books including Ruler Solomon’s Band and On Aggression. His dad, Adolf Lorenz, may be the one who inspired him to review medication. He was motivated as a kid by Selma Lagerlof’s reserve The Wonderful Travels of Nils.