What did Charles Darwin study?


Charles Darwin initially studied medicine at the Edinburgh University but later discontinued to take up natural history. He continued studying this his whole life.
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Charles Darwin was a British naturalist who revolutionized biology with his theory of evolution through the process of natural selection. He also provided geological evidence for evolution and made detailed observations of volcanoes and earthquakes.
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Charles Darwin studied and collected birds such as the mockingbirds which he said they varied depending on the island that they came from. Other animals he studied ...
Charles Darwin is famous for the strong case he made in support of his theory of evolution. He showed how species changed over time, and proposed that all life ...
Charles Darwin died April 19th, 1882, in Down House, Kent, England. Some say he died due to a disease called Chagas. Others say that he died of a heart attack, ...
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