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Season 191 - Day 13 of 14


This Dutch-Belgian scientist, often heralded as the father of paleontology, made groundbreaking discoveries in the early 19th century, including the first Neanderthal fossil in Engis Caves, Belgium.
His work laid foundational stones for the field, blending his expertise in geology with a passion for prehistoric human studies.
Who is he?


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