Charles Darwin thought he would be a clergyman after an uneventful childhood, where he hated school but loved the natural world. All that would change when he was allowed to be a part of a worldwide expedition to faraway lands. He was able to collect specimens and keep notes on all he experienced.
Inside you will hear about....
"Early Life and Education"
"Round the World Aboard the Beagle"
"Darwin's Evolutionary Theory"
"Life Leading Up to Marriage"
"The Theory of Natural Selection"
"Darwin's Post-Publication Life"
And much more!
This audiobook takes a closer look at who Charles Darwin was, how he lived his everyday life and how influential he became; not just in his own day but into the modern world as well. Find out what interested his incredible mind and how Darwin presented his theories to a yet unsuspecting world. From beetles to butterflies, coral reefs and tropical islands, from apes to humans, learn how Charles Darwin's evidence speaks even to the world today.
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