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1975 – Born in England.   1997 – Received a Bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Southampton.   1997-2006 – Attended the University of Portsmouth and studied under David Martill, eventually receiving his M. Phil. and Ph. D. in vertebrate paleontology.   2001 – Wrote Dinosaurs of the Isle of Wight with Martill.  ..

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1627 – John Ray was born on November 29th in a smithy at Black Notley near Braintree, Essex. John Ray was an ordained lecturer who lost his university post during a religious persecution, but went on to become a founding figure in British botany and zoology. 1649 – He graduated from Trinity College and became ..

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1888 – Born on December 6th in Des Moines, Iowa. American zoologist and writer particularly noted for her widely used texts and reference works on invertebrate and vertebrate zoology. 1915 – Hyman received her Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago. 1916-1931 – She had a research appointment under the distinguished zoologist Charles Manning Child. ..

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1916 – Born in Le Havre, France on the 10th of October.   1948 – He credits a Saturday Evening Post article, "There Could be Dinosaurs", by Ivan T. Sanderson, with inspiring a determined interest in unknown animals.   1960 – Heuvelmans helped spread the controversy surrounding the Minnesota Iceman when he examined the "ice ..

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1934 – Born on April 3rd in London, England. British ethologist, known for her exceptionally detailed and long-term research on the chimpanzees of Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania. 1952 – Goodall, who was interested in animal behavior from an early age, left school at age 18. She worked as a secretary and as a ..

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1886 – Born on November 20th in Vienna, Austria. Von Frisch studied the behavior and communications of bees, determining that the "waggle dance" they perform indicate both the distance and direction to food sources, based on the position of the sun. 1910 – Received his doctorate from the University of Vienna.          – He ..

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1803 – Amos Binney was born on the 18th of October in Boston, Massachusetts. 1821 – He finished B.S. degree at Brown University. 1826 – He was awarded M.D. at Harvard University.          – He co-founder of the Boston Society of Natural History. 1847 – He died at Rome, Italy on the 18th of ..

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1823 – Born on the 3rd of February in Reading, Pennsylvania. 1840 – He was graduated at Dickinson College. 1842 – Spencer followed a course at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. 1845 – Became professor of natural sciences in Dickinson College. 1950 – Appointed assistant secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. 1857 ..

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1867 – Born in Warren, Rhode Island, he grew up playing with seashells brought to him by his seafaring grandfather. Frank Collins Baker was a leading authority on freshwater and terrestrial gastropods of the Quaternary Period, both living and fossil (Pleistocene). 1889 – He attended a small business college and spent a year at Brown ..

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