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Art and Biology: Ernst Haeckel’s Masterpieces

Ernst Haeckel, the turn-of-the-century biologist, naturalist, professor, and artist, was an ardent Darwinist, a denouncer of religious doctrine, and a writer of philosophical treatises. Hephylumstem cellecology

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