Thomas Henry Huxley

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Thomas Henry Huxley
Woodburytype print of Huxley (1880 or earlier)
Born4 Mey 1825(1825-05-04)
Ealing, Middlesex
Died29 Juin 1895(1895-06-29) (aged 70)
Eastbourne, Sussex
CitizenshipUnitit Kinrick
Alma materSydenham College Lunnon
Charing Cross Hospital
Kent forEvolution, science eddication, agnosticism, Man's Place in Naitur
AwairdsRoyal Medal (1852)
Wollaston Medal (1876)
Clarke Medal (1880)
Copley Medal (1888)
Linnean Medal (1890)
Scientific career
FieldsZoology; Comparative anatomy
InstitutionsRyal Navy, Ryal College o Surgeons, Ryal Schuil o Mines, Ryal Institution Varsity o Lunnon
Academic advisorsThomas Wharton Jones
Notable studentsMichael Foster
H. G. Wells
InfluencesEdward Forbes
Charles Darwin
InfluencedPatrick Geddes
Henry Fairfield Osborn
H. G. Wells
E. Ray Lankester
William Henry Flower
Aldous Huxley
Julian Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley PC FRS FLS (/ˈhʌksli/; 4 Mey 1825 – 29 Juin 1895) wis an Inglis biologist (comparative anatomist), kent as "Darwin's Bulldug" for his advocacy o Charles Darwin's theory o evolution.[1]

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