"Owen's comprehensive investigation of the morphology of mammalian teeth led him into palaeontology of which he soon became one of the masters. Owen, son-in-law of William Cliff, was from 1836-56 Hunterian professor at the Royal College of Surgeons. During the 1860's he was one of the most virulent opponents of Darwinism."--Morton's medical bibliography, no.329, 5th ed.
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