|Title:||The Voyage of the Beagle|
|Abstract:||During the five-year voyage of the Beagle, the young naturalist Charles Darwin collected some of the scientific evidence that led to his ideas on evolution and natural selection. Ever resourceful, he made observations on the open sea, in the Andes Mountains, along the South American and Australian coastlines, and in the vital Galapagos Archipelago.|
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