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THE BEAGLE VOYAGE · Charles Darwin

Darwin's biography, theories, HMS Beagle,...
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Transcript of THE BEAGLE VOYAGE · Charles Darwin

The Beagle Voyage
Charles Darwin
DARWIN'S THEORIES
Charles Darwin, 22, embarks on the

HMS Beagle
as the ship
captain’s assistant
.
Born in a merchant town
BIOGRAPHY
Work made by José Alonso Moreno, Luis Pliego Macdougall and María Cepeda Mestre
INDEX
1. Darwin's biography
2. Darwin's theories
3. HMS Beagle's stops during the voyage
4. Bibliography
(England, 1809-1882)
on the
HMS Beagle
In 1831, he embarked on a survey voyage around the
Studied Natural History (against his father's opinion)
Loved to explore nature
Family of wealthy scientists
Charles Darwin
27 December 1831. Plymouth, England:
1st stop, January 1832. Cape Verde Islands:
Darwin first gets the
IDEA

TO WRITE A BOOK ABOUT HIS OBSERVATIONS
2nd stop, February 1832. Salvador, Brazil:
Brazilian rainforests

for the first time
Darwin explores
3rd stop, September 1832. Punta Alta, Argentina:
Darwin is amazed by the
giant fossils he discovers.
4th stop, December 1832. Tierra del Fuego, Argentina:
repatriates 3 natives
tries to start a Christian mission
Captain
FitzRoy
5th stop, March 1833. Falkland Islands:
>Finds
brachipod
fossils
6th stop, August 1833. Rio Negro, Argentina:
Darwin explores the
Pampas
with the '
gauchos'.
7th stop, January-February 1835. Chiloé Islan, Chile:
Darwin sees
Mount Osomo erupt
8th stop, September-October 1835. Galapagos Islands:
Darwin
discovers
plants
birds
tortoises
9th stop, January 1836. Sidney, Australia:
Darwin discovers
the marsupials
10th stop, April 1836. Cocos Islands:
Darwin studies
coral reefs
11th stop, May 1836. Mauritius:
Plains are quite uncultivated
black lava
12th stop, June 1836.
Cape Town, South Africa:
Darwin is amazed by the Table Mountain
13th stop, August 1836.
Bahia and Pernambuco, South America:
Darwin discovers many incredible creatures
2nd October 1836, Falmouth, England:
The Beagle finally reaches home.
Mutations >

physical
/
behavorial
changes DNA levels

Causes

Chemical / radiation damage.

DNA replication
errors
.

Can be:


Beneficial (rare)
>>>>>
spread throughout the population

Natural selection
adding benefits

rejecting bad damages


MUTATIONS
Harmful
Neutral
ACTS
wide range of
variation

caused by
environment
genes
individuals with characteristics
to the environment
survive and reproduce
genes will be passed
to their offspring
NATURAL SELECTION
"The Origin of Species" (1859)
Darwin speculated:
-How
natural selection
could cause
*Scientists didn't believe him*
Nowadays scientists know
Wrong animal
>
cows
Darwin was right!
THE BEAGLE VOYAGE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/
http://www.biography.com/
https://es.wikipedia.org/
EVOLUTION
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