The Species Seekers - Author talk by Richard Conniff
November 20, 2011
Science writer/NPR commentator Richard Conniff tells the story of the bold and colorful adventurers who risked death to discover strange life-forms in the farthest corners of planet Earth. Learn about daredevil species seekers, ranging from the father of modern taxonomy, Carl Linneaus, and Thomas Jefferson, who laid out mastodon bones on the White House floor, to the Harvard anatomist who helped introduce the world to the most spectacular species discovery of the nineteenth century.
Event Name: The Species Seekers - Author talk by Richard Conniff
"Richard Conniff talk is at 4 pm"
Comment posted by: MuseumGoer from Cambridge, MA, Nov 14, 2011
This should be a wonderful talk, by a renowned author, but note the starting time is at 4 pm, but come early to see all the new exhibitions in the museum.