Schultz, Harald, 1909-

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Biographical History

Harald Schultz was an anthropologist who studied the people of South America. He collected fish in Brazil in 1962 and 1964. He co-authored the book The Piranha book : an account of the ill-famed piranha fishes of the rivers of tropical South America with George S. Myers and Herbert R. Axelrod, published in 1972.


Library of Congress. NACO. Control Number: n 90705659

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