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Karl Christoph Vogt (1817–1895)

Vogt, Karl Christoph (fökt). A German naturalist; born at Giessen, July 5, 1817; died on May 5, 1895. He was associated with Agassiz in the writing of the works on ‘Fossil Fishes,’ ‘Studies on Glaciers,’ and ‘Natural History of Freshwater Fishes.’ Among his independent writings are: ‘Text-Book of Geology and Petrifactions’ (1846); ‘Physiological Letters’ (3 parts, 1846); ‘The Ocean and the Mediterranean’ (1848); ‘Researches on Beast-States,’ a political satire (1851); ‘Old and New from the Life of Animals and Men’ (1859); ‘Implicit Faith and Science: A Polemic against Rudolf Wagner’ (4th ed. 1856); ‘Text-Book of Practical Comparative Anatomy’ (1888).