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When Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species 150 years ago, he deliberately avoided the subject of the origin of life.
Darwin's Dilemma: The Mystery of the Cambrian Fossil Record will be screened Oct. 25th WASHINGTON, Oct.
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On Tuesday, London's Natural History Museum unveiled an eight-story extension to house the collections of Charles Darwin.
The French sailing yacht Tara is set to embark on an 81,000-nautical mile, three-year journey of the worldâ€™s oceans, tracing out the route that revolutionary evolutionist Charles Darwin sailed between 1831-1836, and assaying the effects of climate change on some of the oceanâ€™s most primitive forms of life.
The Zoology Museum at Britain's University of Cambridge said it has discovered an egg collected by Charles Darwin during a South American expedition. Researchers at the museum said Darwin was known to have collected 16 bird eggs during his 1831-1836 expedition on the HMS Beagle, but all of the specimens were believed lost until a volunteer discovered one of the eggs in the museum's Darwin collection, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday. The brown egg, belonging to the Tinamou bird of Uruguay,...
Fans everywhere are celebrating the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin, the man whose controversial book "On The Origin of Species" captured the mind of some of the worldâ€™s most important thinkers.
The name Charles Darwin is synonymous with the infamous theory of evolution that infuriated many because it conflicted with the Biblical view of creation.
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