Laurence Monroe Klauber

Laurence Monroe Klauber

Laurence M. Klauber (1883 in San Diego, California – 1968), was an American herpetologist, and was considered to be the foremost authority on rattlesnakes. He was also a businessman, inventor, and may have been the first to make an important discovery in mathematics.

Read more about Laurence Monroe Klauber:  Businessman and Inventor, Herpetology, Mathematics

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