|Birth: ||Apr. 11, 1890, Russian Federation|
|Death: ||Dec. 28, 1964|
Count Nicolai specialized in Biology. Unlike his relatives, he chose to remain in Moscow after the Revolution, and came to be recognized as one of the most prominent Soviet zoologists. A species of jerboa is named after him.
His son, Nicolai Nicolaiovitch, a geographer, who wrote a novel on the life of the first Bobrinsky, lived in Moscow until his death in the year 2000.
Alexei Alexeevitch Bobrinskoy (1864 - 1909)
Warwara Nikolaevna Lvova Bobrinskoy (1864 - 1940)
Maria Tschelistchewa Bobrinskoy (1886 - 1973)
Nicolai Nikolaevitch Bobrinskoy (1927 - 2000)*
Nikolai Alexeevitch Bobrinskoy (1890 - 1964)
Maria Bobrinskoy Stupnitzky (1894 - ____)*
Natalia Alexeevna Bobrinskoy Karlinsky (1894 - 1952)*
Gavrila Alexeevitch Bobrinskoy (1898 - 1918)*
Moscow Federal City, Russian Federation
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