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Edward Tyson
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Born in Bristol, Bristol
Born in 1650
Died on 1st of August 1708

Born 1650. Died 1708 - English physician.

Physician to Bridewell and Bethlehem hospitals. Conducted anatomical experiments and dissections. Published anatomical accounts of the lumpfish, rattlesnake, shark and porpoise. Known for work on a chimpanzee which he viewed as an intermediate between humans and apes.

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