- Critter of the week: Ruby-crowned kinglet
- First discovered: The first scientific description of the ruby-crowned kinglet lark was written by the famed naturalist Carl Linnaeus in 1766.
- Nature notes: Give gorse a second glance
- GORSE! How many of us give the familiar spiky bush with golden-yellow flowers a second glance? But in 1736, on a visit to England, the famous Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus is said to have ordered the coach in which he was travelling across Putney ...
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- Binomial nomenclature, established by the Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus, calls for a strict order in naming new species, but at the same time leaves a surprising amount of freedom.
- When humans split from the apes
- From the pre-evolutionary musings of sixteenth century Dutch anatomists like Nicolaes Tulp and eighteenth century naturalists such as Carl Linnaeus, to the father of evolutionary biology, Charles Darwin, and his successors, Western scholars have long ...
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