Dorset County Museum is pleased to present a talk on the subject of one of Charles Darwin’s major contemporaries. The event forms part of the celebrations marking the centenary of the death of the great naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
David Croman, former Head of Department at Salisbury College, Principal Examiner and teacher, will be speaking about the adventures, triumphs and failures of Wallace as an explorer, biologist, anthropologist and geographer and will reveal why he is now thought of as the greatest tropical naturalist of the nineteenth century.
The talk is free of charge but a donation of £3.00 is encouraged to cover costs. The event takes place on Friday 29th November. Doors open at 7.00pm and the talk will commence at 7.30pm.
For further information please see www.dorsetcountymuseum.org or telephone 01305 262735.
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