Charles Darwin (February 12, 1809 - April 19,1882)

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  • Charles Darwin’s Birth

    Charles Darwin’s Birth
    Charles Darwin was born on February 12, 1809. Little due they know is that Darwin was going to become one of best naturalist or scientists that ever existed.
  • The Voyage of Charles Darwin

    The Voyage of Charles Darwin
    Charles went on board of the HMS Beagle in Devonport on Dec 27, 1831. The voyage took him 5 years. But he actually spent 18 months aboard. As a naturalist he was able to stay at a place as long as he wanted to. Throughout the years Charles Darwin researched and examined theories, cultures and species.
  • On the Origin of Species

    On the Origin of Species
    On 24 November 1859 Charles Darwin published his book named On the Origin of Species. Darwin introduce the theory that populations evolve through generations. This book presented multiple scientific evidence and findings from research. Experimentation was the number one goal for Darwin when he was in the voyage. YouTube Link
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  • The Descent of Man and Impact in Copernican Revolution

    The Descent of Man and Impact in Copernican Revolution
    On 1871 Darwin published his second book named The Descent of Man. This books applies the theory of sexual selections that made the difference between races, sexes and society. Charles Darwin greatest contributions to science were the theories of evolution and the completion of the Copernican Revolution. These findings helped scientist discover and learn new things all around the world.
  • Citations

    “Evolution by Natural Selection: the London Years, 1836–42.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 2020, www.britannica.com/biography/Charles-Darwin/Evolution-by-natural-selection-the-London-years-1836-42. Ayala, Francisco J. “Darwin's Greatest Discovery: Design without Designer.” PNAS, National Academy of Sciences, 15 May 2007, www.pnas.org/content/104/suppl_1/8567.