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Charles Darwin 1809 - 1882

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  • Birth of Darwin

    Birth of Darwin
    Charles Darwin was born in the year of 1809 in Shrewsbury, England.
  • The Voyage of the Beagle

    The Voyage of the Beagle
    In 1831, The Voyage of the Beagle embarked from England to the South American Coastline with Charles Darwin on board. Upon the arrival of the ship, Darwin had the opportunity of visited the Galapagos Island to observe various amounts of animals as well as birds in their environment, which was quite isolated. As he studied the island, he made observations that would lead to his theory on Natural Selection. For more information follow:
  • Concluding Their Findings

    Concluding Their Findings
    Throughout these years Darwin, as well as another naturalist named, Alfred Russel Wallace traveled through South America, Australia, and the southern tip of Africa. During this time, they utilized this time to study various animal and birds to discover the foundations of natural selection and evolution. With the voyage concluding in 1836.
  • Presntation of Scientific Papers

    Presntation of Scientific Papers
    Along with Alfred Wallace, Darwin presented written papers of scientific nature about natural selection at the Linnean Society. The Linnean Society is the World's oldest society that is devoted to the studies of Natural science, founded in 1788. These papers conveyed the finding of the animals and birds that were studied to provide proof in regard to Darwin's theory of natural selection.
  • On the Origin of Species

    On the Origin of Species
    Charles Darwin is known for his published book in 1859 covering evolution and process natural selection, On the Origin of Species.His writing included much detail to convey his argument on the topic of evolution by natural selection. Darwin, C. (1859). On the Origin of Species.
  • The Descent of Man

    The Descent of Man
    Published in 1871, The Descent of Man was an application to his theory of evolution applied to human beings. He suggested through sexual selection, that humans may have descended from some pre-existing form as many other animals do. There were debates to question if man has descended from the form of monkeys. He utilized the framework of his findings from studying birds, insects, fish and mammals to suggest such a theory. Darwin, C. (1871). The Descent of man.
  • Death of Darwin

    Death of Darwin
    Charles died at the age of 73 in London England, in 1882.