Darwin's most famous work formed the bedrock of evolutionary biology
In one of the most important contributions to scientific knowledge, Charles Darwin puts forth the theory that species evolve over time through the process of natural selection. When he first established this hypothesis, many ideas about evolution had already been proposed and were receiving public acclaim, but none could fully explain the course of human evolution as elegantly as Darwin's did. Drawn from extensive research performed on various creatures living in the Galápagos Islands, his research suggests that "one species does change into another." This revolutionary notion has become a landmark of scientific theory.
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Charles Darwin (1809-1882) was an English naturalist and geologist best known for his contributions to the field of evolutionary biology. After sailing around the world on the HMS Beagle in 1831, Darwin wrote On the Origin of Species, which put forth his theory of natural selection.