In his theory of evolution, the naturalist Charles Darwin claimed that natural selection is the key to biological evolution. The environment where human beings live offers limited resources, so organisms compete to survive, and those that adapt most successfully will obtain more resources and have the best chances of reproducing. Although many of these concepts are sure to sound familiar to you, how much do you know about Darwin and the path that led him to this theory?
Thanks to his excellent powers of observation and analysis, he was able to document the idea of the evolution of species. But in addition to his solid scientific merit, he also had a very curious and surprising human side, manifested in his passion for lists, barnacles, and beetles. His family lineage was also very interesting. Discover the other side of Darwin and much more information here.
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