Dollo, LouisAntoineMarieJoseph (1857–1931)A French palaeontologist, who became a professor at the University of Brussels. His major interest was in the development and evolution of fossil reptiles. He also worked on other fossil vertebrates and modern marsupials, especially the structure of their limbs.
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