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Essay heading: A Brief Biography Of Charles Darwin
 
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His theory of coral reefs were built up by skeletal remains of coral organisms that died as their home reefs around oceanic mountains sank below sea level. His common idea was all things in nature change in time . He published his observations like Coral Reefs in 1842, Volcanic Islands in 1844, Geological Observations On South America in 1846...
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The Galapagos Islands were probably the scene of his most important and best known research. Darwin found dazzling array of animal species that lived on different islands even though all islands were very similar in geological, climatic, and other physical conditions. He found an array of ground finches with beaks ranging from large and powerful to small or fine...
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