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The Art and Science of Ernst Haeckel: An epitome of biological illustrations
Soham Biswas, February 16, 2017
Science and art - a gap, some might say a yawning chasm, has always existed between the two. Then occasionally, just every now and then, someone comes along who attempts (and succeeds) in closing the gap between the two. So it was with the German Ernst Haeckel.
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