Konrad Zacharias Lorenz was an Austrian ornithologist, zoologist and ethologist, best-known for being the pioneer of ethology in the modern era. He shared the ‘Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine’ in 1973 for his efforts. Lorenz is one of the most important figures in the history of ethology and is particularly noted for refining the study on behaviour of animals. Ethology became another branch of biology due to Lorenz’s untiring efforts in collaboration with other scientists. Lorenz had also served in the German army during the ‘Second World War’ but later showed profound remorse for having served the Nazis during the war. Lorenz was also a prolific writer and some of his noted works include ‘On Aggression’, ‘Man Meets Dog’ and ‘King Solomon’s Ring’. Another book ‘Here I Am- Where Are You?’ is an account of the work that he had done throughout his life. Here is a collection of some of his most well-known quotes from his work and life. Let’s take a look at what we can learn from some of the most famous quotes and thoughts by Konrad Lorenz.