Alfred Nehring

Alfred Nehring (29 January 1845, in Gandersheim – 29 September 1904 in Berlin-Charlottenburg) was a German zoologist and paleontologist.

He studied philology and natural sciences in Göttingen and Halle, afterwards teaching classes in Wesel (1867) and Wolfenbüttel (1871). From 1881 he was a professor at the ''Landwirtschaftlichen Hochschule'' (agricultural university) in Berlin.

Nehring's scientific investigations involved modern and prehistoric vertebrates, being particularly interested in the history and morphology of domesticated animals (horses, dogs, etc.). In his studies of the guinea pig, he asserted ''Cavia cutleri'' to be the direct ancestor of the domesticated guinea pig. Provided by Wikipedia
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