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a painting of a man wearing a brown jacket and bow tie with his hands in his pockets
My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck By Lightning
Charles Darwin by George Richmond in the 1830s, about the time he returned from his world-changing voyage on the Beagle.
an old photograph of a man with a long white beard
Colorized Darwin
Charles Robert Darwin, (12 February 1809 – 19 April 1882) was an English naturalist. He established that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors, and proposed the scientific theory that this branching pattern of evolution resulted from a process that he called natural selection, in which the struggle for existence has a similar effect to the artificial selection involved in selective breeding.
an old man with a long white beard is holding his hand to his chin and looking at the camera
Finalización del blog Nova Bella
Sonrisa de selfi | Nova bella
an old photograph of a man with a long white beard
Feliz 203° Cumpleaños, Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin
an old fashioned machine on display in a glass case
an antique brass microscope with a green paper fan on it's top and some gold fittings
a display case with an image of a nun on the wall and other items in front of it
an open book sitting on top of a table next to a white cloth covered tablecloth
an old metal hook with a heart on it
Microscopio de Anton Leewenjoek, padre de la microscopía biológica
an old black and white photo with a quote from charles darwin, founder of the american revolution
Portrait: Julia Margaret Cameron
Charles Darwin 1868, Julia Margaret Cameron
a poster with an image of a man's head and branches above him, on a black background
Feliz día de Darwin
maravillosa ilustración de Kapil Baghat.
the skeleton of a bird is next to a piece of paper with writing on it
Charles Darwin galambja - Charles Darwin's pigeon
Charles Darwin galambja - Charles Darwin's pigeon
an old poster shows different types of birds in the wild, with information about them
Origins: From Jungle to Lab: What's Evolution, Anyway? | Exploratorium
Darwin's finches