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Charles Darwin. Jordan Yarbrough. Childhood. Born 2/12/1809, in Shrewsbury 5 th child of Robert and Susannah Shrewsbury School at age nine Learned to use English with precision Edinburgh University at 16. Science Interests. Anatomy and materia medica boring

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Charles darwin

Charles Darwin

Jordan Yarbrough


Childhood

Childhood

Born 2/12/1809, in Shrewsbury

5th child of Robert and Susannah

Shrewsbury School at age nine

Learned to use English with precision

Edinburgh University at 16


Science interests

Science Interests

Anatomy and materiamedica boring

Found surgery unendurable

Christ’s College, Anglican orders

Took John Stevens Henslow’s course

Started a famous beetle collection


H m s beagle

H.M.S. Beagle

Royal naval ship

Spent most time on shore

5 year voyage

Studied different species

Galapagos Island’s birds

Took notes in famous journal


Coral reefs

Coral Reefs

Examined reefs on spare time

Species of keystone

Took note of water temp.

Grow in the shallows

Provided food and shelter


Nature selection

Nature Selection

Thought to be “Survival of the fittest”

Adaption must not be to perfect and rigid

Published six versions of Origin to answer points of details


Evolution

Evolution

Species adapt overtime to weather, food, and environment

Fossils representing species today

Hermaphrodite trees

Astonished by adaptation


Evolution1

Evolution


Conclusion

Conclusion


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