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Published: 27 December 2012
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Part travelogue, part biography, this book charts the discoveries of the famous naturalist/explorer Alfred Russel Wallace 1823-1913. Born in 1823, Wallace devoted much of his time to fieldwork, first in the Amazon and then in Asia. During his travels he identified what is now known as the Wallace Line, which divides the flora and fauna of Asia from that which was hitherto a combination of both Australian and Asian origin. He is, of course, notable for independently developing the theory of evolution due to natural selection but was perhaps deliberately sidelined by Darwin. He was a voracious collector he trapped, skinned, and pickled 125,660
Published: 27 December 2012

Number Of Pages : 416
Year of Publication : 2013

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