The Man Who Ate The Zoo
Frank Buckland, Forgotten Hero Of Natural History
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Eccentric, revolutionary, popular, prolific, he was one of the nineteenth century's authentic geniuses. He was obsessed by food security and finding ways to feed the hungry and by protecting our fisheries. He was one of the most original, far-sighted and influential natural scientists of his time, held as high in public esteem as Charles Darwin.