A herpetologist with a secret life as a spy
at 10:30 am Mon, Oct 14, 2013
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Early 20th century herpetologist Edward Taylor is known for identifying new species of frogs and lizards, for his curmudgeonly personality, and paranoid racism. Turns out,
he was also secretly a spy for the US government during World Wars I and II.
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