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Darwin and Natural Selection
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One of the most famous books of science.
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Voyage of HMS Beagle, 1831- 1836
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Charles Darwin in 1837, age 28, after voyage of the Beagle
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Age 40 Age 45
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Charles Darwin, age 60
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Darwin in 1879, age 70.
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Voyage of HMS Beagle, 1831-1836
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The Galapagos Islands. Darwin visited in October 1835
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Yours truly in the Galapagos Islands, 1996, Fernandina Volcano
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Biologists are still studying natural selection in the Galapagos Islands.
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'DUZLQ¶V ILQFKHV² 13 different species evolved from a single ancestor from South America.
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A page from 'DUZLQ¶V notebook with a phylogenetic tree showing adaptive radiation
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7KH EHDNV RI 'DUZLQ¶V ILQFKHV DUH DGDSWHG to the variety of food types available on the different islands in the Galapagos Islands.
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7KH EHDNV RI 'DUZLQ¶V ILQFKHV DUH DGDSWHG WR WKH variety of food types available on the different islands in the Galapagos Islands.
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