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Naming traditions. Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire was a French naturalist, who died in 1844.
More on this Gallic scientist can be found in the much-thumbed Mayo Clinic journal, in that fascinating study "Shampo, M A; Kyle, R A (1988), 'Augusto de Saint-Hilaire: French entomologist and botanist.', Mayo Clin. Proc. 63 (8): 836. 1988 Aug.".
In many cultures, men give their names to their brides. Scientists give their names to their discoveries. Our intrepid naturalist gave his name (Geoffroy) to:
Choose the correct answer:A cat A bat A rat A cat and a bat A cat in a hat
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