Charles Darwin was a British naturalist best known for his writings on evolution such as Origin of Species.


In 1831, Charles Darwin traveled the world aboard the HMS Beagle collecting scientific data.[1]


During Henry Walton Jones, Senior's world lecture tour, he discussed Darwin's Origin of Species with Theodore Roosevelt in British East Africa. The work was one of the books that Roosevelt had brought with him on safari.[2]

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The Australian city of Darwin is named after the Charles Darwin.



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