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AN International Scientific Congress will be held in Moscow in 1892. It will be divided into two sections, one of which will deal with zoology, the other with anthropology and ethnography. It is expected that the meetings will be largely attended. According to the Revue Scientifique, there is some talk of excursions to the Caucasus and to Turkestan.

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Notes. Nature 43, 207–210 (1891). https://doi.org/10.1038/043207b0

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