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History of research on Proteus anguinus Laurenti 1768 in Slovenia / Zgodovina raziskovanja človeške ribice (Proteus anguinus Laurenti 1768) v Sloveniji
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History of research on Proteus anguinus Laurenti 1768 in Slovenia Olm or proteus (Proteus anguinus Laurenti 1768) was the first taxonomically described cave animal in the world, by J. N. Laurenti, 1768, upon a specimen that was apparently found on the famous lake Cerkniško jezero, Slovenia, yet the existence of this unusual animal in Slovenija had been known long before. The research on Proteus is one of the oldest Slovenian natural history projects, a 330 year spiritual bond: from the firstdoi:10.3986/fbg0050 fatcat:lq4y4cjxkjhm3aixzsthta5xqa