The Evolution Theoryevolution is the change in the characteristics of a species over several generations and relies on the process of natural selection
The Beagle journal is published under the title Journals and Remarks, volume three of Darwin's Narrative of the voyage.After his first voyage he decided to publish a journal of his many observations. The full title is Journal of Researchers into the natural History and Geology of the countries visited during the voyage around the world. This journal is important because it shows the different observation he seen and the keep documentation to share with the world.
Period: 1837 BCE to 1859 BCE
The Life of Charles DarwinThe timeline shows the life of Charles Darwin and how the his theory of evolution came about .
Observations on the coast of ChileCharles Darwin set out on his first voyage on the HMS beagle on December 27th, 1831, from Plymouth England. Charles was very young when he sails twenty years old. when he was hired to be the ship’s naturalist. On the voyage he spent most of his time around south Africa collecting samples from different types of animals and plants. During this voyage he filled his notebooks with his observations he had seen.
Charles DarwinCharles Robert Darwin was born February 12th 1809, Charles Darwin was born at The Mount, Shrewsbury, the fifth child of Robert Waring Darwin, physician, and Susannah Wedgwood. He was an English naturalist, geologist and biologist, best known for his contributions to the science of evolution. Charles Darwin had a different view on science .