Zoologist Thomas Henry Huxley was one of the most prominent supporters of the theory of evolution in England. That fact awarded him the nickname Darwin’s bulldog. Huxley was also known in Denmark and his writings were translated and discussed.
Huxley, T.H.: “De menneskelignende aber: Orang’ens, Chimpansens og Gibbonernes Levemaade og Naturhistorie”, (from Huxley’s ”Evidence as to Man’s Place in Nature”, London 1864), Tidsskrift for populære Fremstillinger af Naturvidenskaben, vol. 3, no. 2, 1865, pp. 308-336
Teisen, N.: ”Menneskets Plads i Tilværelsen”, Dansk Tidsskrift, 1899, pp. 558-570