1890 Aposematism

The book of science

Tom Sharp

Alfred Russel Wallace, Edward Bagnall evolution Aposematism


Danger signs

Doctor Faustus

Don’t tread on me

Alfred Russel Wallace conceieved the theory of evolution by natural selection independently, which convinced Darwin to end his reluctance to publish On the Origin of Species.

Chapter III of Thomas Mann’s Doctor Faustus explores instances of mimicry to show the mystical connection between the animate and inanimate kingdoms.

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