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 What did Darwin do for the theory of evolution?

Answer Darwin noted how selection pressures--such as available food supply--acted on a species. He observed how a species would develop traits that could take advantage of its surroundings and propagate: ... Read More »
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Who started Darwin's Theory of Evolution?

Charles Robert Darwin started Darwin's Theory of Evolution in 1837. The ideas behind the theory are not exclusively his own, however, as views from scientist Jean Baptiste de Lamarck preceded his t... Read More »
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When did Darwin study the theory of evolution?

Charles Darwin developed the theory of evolution over a number of years beginning with his journey aboard the HMS Beagle, which took place between 1831 and 1836. His landmark book, "On the Origin o... Read More »
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What is the essence of Darwin's theory of evolution?

The essence of Darwin's Theory of Evolution is that all life forms are related and have descended from a common ancestor. Over time, each life form transforms, keeping beneficial traits in order to... Read More »
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What is the theory of evolution by Charles Darwin?

Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, expressed in the book, "The Origin of Species," radically changed thinking about how species evolve and change. Up till that point, the prevailing theory was J... Read More »
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