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Uploaded on Feb 14, 2011
Joseph Banks was a British explorer and naturalist, and as long-time President of the Royal Society he steered the course of British science for the first part of the nineteenth century. Find out how his pioneering work changed the face of our planet.
This video is one of a series about the lives of some of the most influential naturalists in the Museum's history.