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Charles Darwin is often referred to as the Father of Evolution. At the age of 22, Charles Darwin went on a voyage around the world as naturalist on the H.M.S. Beagle. The voyage was five years in length and during this time, Darwin observed a variety of flora and fauna from many different locales on earth. When Darwin returned to England, he began going over his notes and developed his theory of evolution by natural selection. On November 24, 1859, The Origin of Species was published, followed by The Descent of Man in 1871. Victorian culture would never be the same and the great controversy between science and religion was never stronger. After 150 years, Darwin's ideas are still the cement that binds the biological sciences and has influenced many other disciplines within science and society. Further understanding and developments within the evolutionary sciences have been made since Darwin and the fact and theory of evolution are supported by mountains of evidence.
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