Professor Edward O. Wilson, a man heralded by the National Geographic Society as ‘the greatest naturalist of our time’, has lent his name and vision to a premier biodiversity research facility in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique. The esteemed evolutionary biologist was the guest of honor at the opening of the ‘Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Laboratory’ on Thursday, March 27th. The laboratory is the first of its kind in Mozambique.
Special guests at the E.O. Wilson Laboratory grand opening included (back row L to R) Beca Jofrisse, Greg Carr, Douglas Griffiths, Professor E.O. Wilson, Abdala Mussa, Anibal Nhampossa, Paulo Majacunene, and Mateus Mutemba (by Piotr Naskrecki)
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