Edward Pritchard Gee (1904–1968) was a Cambridge educated, Anglo-Indian tea-planter and an amateur naturalist in Assam, India. He is credited with the 1953 discovery of Gee's golden langur. He is notable as an early influential wildlife conservationist, especially for his 1959 and 1963 surveys and recommendations resulting in the creation of Chitwan National Park, the first of nine national parks in Nepal.

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  • È noto per aver scoperto la specie di langur che porta il suo nome, il presbite dorato di Gee. Dette un notevole contributo allo sviluppo della politica conservazionista indiana, allora ai primi passi. Tra le sue pubblicazioni ricordiamo il libro The Wildlife of India. (it)
  • Edward Pritchard Gee (1904–1968) was a Cambridge educated, Anglo-Indian tea-planter and an amateur naturalist in Assam, India. He is credited with the 1953 discovery of Gee's golden langur. He is notable as an early influential wildlife conservationist, especially for his 1959 and 1963 surveys and recommendations resulting in the creation of Chitwan National Park, the first of nine national parks in Nepal. (en)
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  • 1904-1-1
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  • 1968-1-1
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  • 1968-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Gee was described as: "a fairly built heavy man, balding and wears tortoise shell glasses. He repeats everything twice over, the second phrase tumbling out after the first."
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  • British zoologist (en)
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  • È noto per aver scoperto la specie di langur che porta il suo nome, il presbite dorato di Gee. Dette un notevole contributo allo sviluppo della politica conservazionista indiana, allora ai primi passi. Tra le sue pubblicazioni ricordiamo il libro The Wildlife of India. (it)
  • Edward Pritchard Gee (1904–1968) was a Cambridge educated, Anglo-Indian tea-planter and an amateur naturalist in Assam, India. He is credited with the 1953 discovery of Gee's golden langur. He is notable as an early influential wildlife conservationist, especially for his 1959 and 1963 surveys and recommendations resulting in the creation of Chitwan National Park, the first of nine national parks in Nepal. (en)
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  • Edward Pritchard Gee (en)
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