Famed naturalist E.O. Wilson, ‘Darwin’s natural heir,’ dies at 92

Famed naturalist Edward O. Wilson, or E.O. Wilson, has died at the age of 92. The biologist, author and teacher was the world’s top authority on the study of ants and called Charles Darwin’s “natural heir.” 

Wilson died Dec. 26 in Burlington, Massachusetts, according to a statement released by the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation, a conservation organization Wilson co-founded in 2005.  

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