Important People in Your Inner Fish

Neil Shubin
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Neil Shubin

Neil Shubin is a field paleontologist and professor of anatomy at the University of Chicago and provost of the Field Museum in Chicago. He has had a lifelong career as a scientist and his passion is fossil hunting and trying to piece together the mysteries of creation and the evidence of the connection between man and all other species. Shubin has been literally all over the world in his quest to find fossils that will help to advance knowledge and benefit mankind.

Shubin has led expeditions to the Arctic Circle, Greenland, the American West, Canada and China among many other locations. He and his colleagues have made some astounding discoveries that have rocked the world of paleontology. In an expedition in the Arctic Circle that Shubin had targeted as one of the most likely spots on Earth to find a very elusive creature that he’d...

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