Charles Darwin's Theory Of Natural Selection And Transformism

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Charles Darwin was born on February 12, 1809, and died on April 19, 1882. His death is a mystery sort of because he had a disease that no one knew was and therefor there wasn’t a cure for it. It all started after the time Charles Darwin had finally returned to his hometown in England from the famous voyage he sailed called The Beagle. He spent almost 5 years working as a naturalist on the Beagle. Darwin during those 5 years, spent time researching and getting specimens of animals. After his exploration he observed the specimens with professionals, and soon found out that certain animals were the same but different in look wise, or that from the beginning of time, the creatures he saw then weren’t the same as the creatures before his era. He then makes an idea called transformism. Transformism is when an animal or creature changed or became different through time.…show more content…
She was also a naturalist, and together Emma and Charles had 10 kids and 3 that died at early ages. Charles literally spent his life trying to create solve his theory so he spent months and days until he made a book called On the Origins of Species. The book was about Evolution and natural selection. That book he had published was basically his life time of work and studying and all theories he had about evolution. Sadly, Charles Darwin soon died. Many people believe different reasons why he died but it is not confirmed, although ever since Charles was young he had several minor heart attacks and may have died by that. This is my book report on the Reluctant
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