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Natural selection, Charles Darwin
The most important experience of Darwin's life was his trip aboard HMS Beagle as a naturalist. The Beagle left England in 1831, and it returned in 1836. The overall purpose of the voyage was to map uncharted areas of the South American coastline. And then, he wrote the theory of Natural Selection:
*<Tab/>One of the prime motives for all species is to reproduce and survive, passing on the genetic information of the species from generation to generation. When species do this they tend to produce more offspring than the environment can support.
*<Tab/>The lack of r…
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