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Allan Molines (c.1654 - 1690):

Allan Molines was born in Ballycoulter, County Down, was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and became a doctor of medicine. In 1681 he dissected the body of an elephant accidentally burnt in Dublin, and published his account of it. He contributed much original research to comparative anatomy, was a Fellow of the Royal Society and was elected as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland in 1683. He went to the West Indies, where he died in Barbados.

Born: c.1654
Died: 1690
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