J. R. W. (Ralph) Hollins (b. 1931) is a Hampshire naturalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ralph Hollins"
Sowerby is a placename in England ...more on Wikipedia about "Sowerby"
Terry Nutkins, (born May 12 1946 in Salford, Lancashire (now in Greater Manchester)), is a British naturalist, television presenter and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Terry Nutkins"
The Way We Went Wild is a three-part BBC TV series, first shown on BBC Two, about British wildlife presenters. It was narratted by Josette Simon. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Way We Went Wild"
Captain Thomas Brown, ( 1785 - 8 October 1862) was a British naturalist and malacologist, born in Perth, Scotland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas Brown (naturalist)"
Thomas Muffet ( 1553- 1604) also Moufet, Moufeti was an English naturalist best known for his illustrated book Theatre of Insects ( Insectorum, sive, Minimorum animalium theatrum. Londini) which predates the invention of the microscope. He was mainly interested in spiders and may have written the well-loved nursery rhyme Little Miss Muffet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas Muffet"
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