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Charles Darwin's book The Origin of Species was a scientific bombshell in its day and remains a much-discussed work 150 years later. Darwin was the official naturalist aboard the British ship H.M.S. Beagle during its world voyage of 1831-36. His observations during the journey led him to develop a theory of evolution: the notion that species evolve as the fittest members survive and pass their traits on to future generations. Darwin announced his initial ideas of natural selection in 1858, and More »
Born: February 12, 1809 (Shrewsbury, England)


Bowerbirds make up the bird family Ptilonorhynchidae. They are renowned for their unique ... Bowers within a species share a general form but do show significant ... Inspired by their seemingly extreme courtship rituals, Charles Darwin ...


May 3, 2017 ... But a new book says we may have misunderstood Darwin – and this is ... or skill at foraging (antlers need lots of calcium, bowers lots of time).


ly sculptured structure of a bower and a male's use of brightly colored decora? tions suggested to Darwin that female bowerbirds might shop for the most at?


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Feb 11, 2009 ... By Paige Bowers Wednesday, Feb. ... That monkey is the English naturalist Charles Darwin, whose 200th birthday is being celebrated on Feb.


Jul 11, 2012 ... Darwin himself recognized that the human instinct to produce and admire art ... The bower is a perfect example of an artwork whose explicit ...


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Oct 25, 2012 ... Male bowerbirds labour on their bowers for months, putting twigs in ... and ignore Darwin's second theory of evolution, of sexual selection.