Bill Schutt

Bill Schutt earned his Ph.D. in zoology at Cornell University and worked on a postdoctoral research fellowship at the American Museum of Natural History with bat expert Nancy B. Simmons. He is currently an associate professor of biology at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University and a research associate in Mammalogy at the American Museum.

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