31 July, 2019

Wallace, a British biologist and explorer, is deeply associated with Indonesia and was a contemporary of Darwin who developed his own theory of evolution in parallel. Wallace spent eight years in the region, covering 14,000 square miles in his expeditions. Considered one of the 19th century’s greatest scientific minds and great explorers, this classic details his journeys and intellectual endeavours.

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