Pavol Adami

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Pavol Adami (Slovak), Adámi Pál (Hungarian), Paul Adami (German) (9 July 1739 in Beluša – 21 September 1795) was a Slovak[citation needed] scientist and scholar, considered one of the world's first veterinarians. He was one of the first recorded experts in the infectious diseases of animals.

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