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In his latest book, Pulitzer Prize–winning scientist Edward O. Wilson argues for a bold step in conservation
February 25, 2016 | Outdoor Magazine | Published News | Dean Kuipers

E.O. Wilson in the ant collection room at Harvard University. 

Photo: Mark Mahaney/Redux

Few people know more about biodiversity than Edward O. Wilson. The 86-year-old Harvard biologist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner helped popularize the term in a groundbreaking 1988 report of the same name. So when he argues in his new book, ...

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