Charles Darwin 's Theory Of Natural Phenomenon And A Collector Of Specimen

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Charles Darwin was born on February 12, 1809 in Shrewsbury, England and was raised as a fifth child by a wealthy family. In 1825, Darwin graduated from the Elite school at Shrewsbury. In 1927 he dropped out from the University of Edinburgh and entered the University of Cambridge in order to become a clergyman for the Church of England. There he met Adam Sedgwick and John Stevens Henslowe. The two figures taught Darwin to become and observe of natural phenomenon and a collector of specimen. After graduating from Cambridge in 1831 to 1836 Darwin served as naturalist aboard the H.M.S. Beagle on a British science expedition around the world. During his cruse on the H.M.S. Beagle, Charles Darwin became interested with the similarities between the plants and animals that were similar on different islands with similar climates, so he decided to study them more closely for future study. With the studies Charles Darwin obtained, he published his first work, “The Origin of Species.” In this book he explained how for millions of years animals and plants have evolved to better help their existence. Charles Darwin, who was the British Naturalist, became famous for his theories of evolution. Darwin believed all the life on earth evolved over millions of years from a few common ancestors. Charles Darwin has had the greatest influence on the world by providing the evolution of living things. After his return to London, Darwin conducted through experiments of his notes and specimens.…
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