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  • Another surprising characteristic of acclimatization is its anticipatory nature-it can develop before the change occurs. (britannica.com)
  • On June 26, 1860, another meeting was held and the Acclimatisation Society was formally founded in London and a year later the Secretary to the Society, Frank Buckland, a popular naturalist known for his taste in exotic meats, noted the "success" of the Society in introducing peafowl, common pheasant, swan, starling and linnet into Australia through the efforts of Edward Wilson. (wikipedia.org)