The Encyclopedia of Life

May 16, 2012 by

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The EOL, a collaboration by the foremost authorities in biology, is a massive database that tracks every organism on Earth. Four years ago, the Smithsonian Institution, the Field Museum of Natural History, Harvard University, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Marine Biological Laboratory and the Biodiversity Heritage Library joined together to create a comprehensive collection of data about every living thing on Earth.

The Encyclopedia of Life

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