Friday, November 28, 2008

Henri Jean Fabre (1823-1915). Fabre was considered the “Father of Modern Entomology.” The famed biologist pioneered unprecedented studies of insects in their habitats. He was the author of several textbooks including Souvenirs Entomologigues (1879-1907) Henri Jean Fabre, a personal friend of Louis Pasteur declared:

“Without Him I understand nothing; without Him all is darkness…Every period had its manias. I regard Atheism as a mania. It is the malady of the age. You could take my skin from me more easily than my faith in God.”

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