Charles Darwin transformed our understanding of the world with the idea of natural selection, challenging the notion that species are fixed and unchanging. These writings from On the Origin of Species explain how different life forms appear all over the globe, evolve over millions of years, become extinct and are supplanted.
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Charles Darwin (1809-82) was an evolutionary scientist whose major works include ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES and THE DESCENT OF MAN.
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