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By Courtesy of the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation
Edward O. Wilson was nicknamed the "ant man" for his groundbreaking contributions on insects and biodiversity. He won his second Pulitzer Prize in 1991 for "The Ants," a book he co-authored with Bert Hölldobler.
Edward O. Wilson was nicknamed the "ant man" for his groundbreaking contributions on insects and biodiversity. He won his second Pulitzer Prize in 1991 for "The Ants," a book he co-authored with Bert Hölldobler.

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