Under the African Sun: A Description of Native Races in Uganda, Sporting Adventures and Other Experiences
by W.J. Ansorge
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Author's Full Title: W. T. Ansorge; M.A., LL.D/, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.; Late Senior Professor At The Royal College Of Mauritius; Medical Officer To Her Majesty's Government In Uganda. William John Ansorge (1850-1913) was a physician posted as a medical officer in Uganda and Southern Nigeria. In addition to his visits to various settlements, he travelled across Africa (northern Angola, Benguella, Mossamedes, Portuguese Guinea). Ansorge had a keen interest in natural history, and fauna and several species of animals, many fishes and three species of reptiles were named after him.
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