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Noun1.Sir Joseph Banks - English botanist who accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage to the Pacific Ocean (1743-1820)Sir Joseph Banks - English botanist who accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage to the Pacific Ocean (1743-1820)
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249 years ago this month, naturalist Joseph Banks on his voyage on the HMS Endeavour under the command of Captain James Cook, renamed and recorded for the first time, which animal?
Then I took Patrick to Joseph Banks Men's Store to get pants and a shirt.
Take for example Tupaia (1725-1770), a Polynesian navigator who, in 1769, found himself assisting the English botanist Joseph Banks in collecting plant specimens in Tahiti, and who subsequently joined Banks and Captain Cook on board the Endeavour.
Joseph Banks' Florilegium: Botanical Treasures from Cook's First Voyage
During their voyage to the uncharted waters of New Zealand and Australia, they encountered Polynesian priest and navigator Tupaia, botanist Joseph Banks wondered at undiscovered plants and wildlife, including a 'Kangaru' and Cook put Poverty Bay and Botany Bay on the map.
Joseph Banks Rhine, father of Modern Parapsychology, investigated the existence of psychic abilities in animals and the results showed some do have them.
Further evidence for the idea came from a sweet potato plant collected by the naturalist Joseph Banks during Captain Cook's voyage to Polynesia in 1769.
His earlier journals did not instruct, Cartwright told his friend Sir Joseph Banks, but The Labrador Companion does so ...
The earliest were acquired by Sarah Sophia Banks (1744-1818), the sister of the naturalist Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), who collected 800 caricatures, as they were then known.
This book presents a set of color illustrations known as BanksAE Florilegium, botanical drawings of plants collected by naturalists Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander when they accompanied James Cook on his voyage around the world in the mid-18th century.
According to Joseph Banks' diary, Cook stole a waka, killed at least nine local Maori, and captured three before leaving Poverty Bay, Ngata said.