Alexey Bystrow

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The hypothetical image of a man of the future. Designed Alexey Bystrow on the assumption of incomplete morphological evolution of man.[1]

Alexey Petrovich Bystrow, sometimes spelled Alexey Petrovich Bystrov and Aleksei Petrovich Bystrow, (Russian: Алексе́й Петро́вич Быстро́в; February 1, 1899 – August 29, 1959) was a Soviet paleontologist, anatomist, and histologist.


Born in the village of Tarasovo in Ryazan Governorate on 1 February 1899. His father was a Russian Orthodox protopriest and his mother was a school teacher.

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  1. ^ Быстров А. П. Прошлое, настоящее, будущее человека. Медгиз, Ленинградское отд., 1957, 314 c.