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How did Thomas Huxley's Man's Place In Nature effect evolution?

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Dr. Huxley, in his work Man's Place in Nature, served to further the case for evolution that had been espoused by Darwin. Often called Darwin's bulldog, Huxley purpoted the evidence that man was related to ape via forensic evidence. 

Dr. John Carmen | 668 days ago