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Charles Darwin paper - Charles Darwin was an important...

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Charles Darwin was an important contributor to science. In 1831, Darwin sailed around the world aboard the HMS Beagle. Along the way, Darwin observed the various geographical formations that were found on many different islands and continents, along with a large group of fossils and living organisms. Darwin’s observations helped him to develop a theory of evolution. Darwin believed that the fittest members of species survived and passed their traits on to the future generation, (Barlow, 1993). During his journey, in the Galapagos Islands, Darwin also observed the differences between the species of animals and birds. In 1936, after returning to England, Darwin recorded his ideas about his theory of the changeability of species. The research that Darwin conducted while aboard the HMS Beagle, helped form the basis for his book, The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, which he began drafting in 1842. In 1859, The Origin of Species was published. Darwin’s idea of Natural Selection was only part of his theories. Darwin believed that all life was linked to one general earthy origin. Darwin also
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course MGMT 216 taught by Professor Edwards during the Spring '10 term at Arizona.

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