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Structure and Evolution in Vertebrate Palæontology

Naturevolume 115pages730732 (1925) | Download Citation



THAT Huxley was a great palaeontologist cannot be disputed, but it is singularly difficult to estimate the extent of his influence and to determine the place that he holds in that group of students who, in the years following the publication of the “Origin of Species,” brought to the study of fossil animals new ideas and a new spirit which revolutionised its methods and its aims.

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