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Charles Darwin (1809 – 1882), English naturalist: the originator of the evolution theory due to natural selection.
Alfred Wallace (1823 - 1913), British naturalist and explorer: co-discovery (with Darwin) of the evolution theory due to natural selection.
Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744 - 1829), French naturalist: an early proponent of the idea of evolution.
Robert Hooke (1635 - 1703), English naturalist and polymath: pioneer of microscopy; coined the word 'cell' for describing biological organisms.
Carolus Linnaeus (1707 - 1778), Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist: the father of modern taxonomy.
Louis Agassiz (1807 - 1873), Swiss paleontologist and geologist: the first to scientifically propose that the Earth had been subject to a past ice age.
Biologists - Elementary/Middle School Level
Biographies - Strange Science
Notable Scientists: Life Sciences - Fact Monster
Famous European Biologists
Famous Biologists Who Have Made a Big Impact on Science and Wildlife
Biologists - Middle/High School Level
Discover Scientist's Biographies
DNA Workshop - PBS
List of biologists - Wikipedia
Charles Darwin: the originator of the evolution theory due to natural selection.
Charles Darwin - American Museum of Natural History
Biologists - High School Level
A History of Evolutionary Thought - UCMP
Life Scientists - Cartage
Timeline - Strange Science
A Chronology of Significant Historical Developments in the Biological Sciences - Dave's Homepage
DNA Timeline - Santa Monica College
Biology/Evolution on Stamps
Sci-Philately - Buffalo University