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Until his death in 1910, Whitman was absorbed in studying evolution and observing the behavior of pigeons he raised near his campus laboratory
At the end of his career in Zoology, Whitman withdrew from administrative and teaching responsibilities at the University and at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. Until his death in 1910, he was absorbed in studying evolution and observing the behavior of pigeons he raised near his campus laboratory..