Published On: Sun, Sep 22nd, 2013

Why was Darwin’s journey very interesting ?

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Darwin’s voyage on the ship ‘Beagle,’ was a key turning point in his life. His role to be a private naturalist. With its eager passenger aboard, the beagle left England on December 27th 1831. The ship reached the Canary Island in early January, and continued onward to South America, which they reached by the end of February 1832.
During the explorations of South America, Darwin was able to spend considerable time on land, sometimes arranging for the ship to drop him off, and pick him up at the end of an overland trip. He kept notebooks to record his observations. The Beagle reached the Galapagos Island in September 1835. Darwin was fascinated by such oddities as volcanic rocks and giant tortoises.
In January 1836, the Beagle arrived in Australia, and then reached the cape of good Hope. The Beagle sailed back to the coast of South America before returning to England, arriving at FalDarwin’s voyage on the ship ‘Beagle,’ was a key turning point in his life. His role to be a private naturalist. With its eager passenger aboard, the beagle left England on December 27th 1831. The ship reached the Canary Island in early January, and continued onward to South America, which they reached by the end of February 1832.
During the explorations of South America, Darwin was able to spend considerable time on land, sometimes arranging for the ship to drop him off, and pick him up at the end of an overland trip. He kept notebooks to record his observations. The Beagle reached the Galapagos Island in September 1835. Darwin was fascinated by such oddities as volcanic rocks and giant tortoises.
In January 1836, the Beagle arrived in Australia, and then reached the cape of good Hope. The Beagle sailed back to the coast of South America before returning to England, arriving at Falmouth on October 2nd, 1836.
In the following few years, Darwin wrote extensively about his experiences. His experiences on this journey led to the publication of ‘On the Origin of species,’ In 1859.
mouth on October 2nd, 1836.
In the following few years, Darwin wrote extensively about his experiences. His experiences on this journey led to the publication of ‘On the Origin of species,’ In 1859.

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