Charles Darwin Science Assignment
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Charles Darwin was born on February 12, 1809 in Shrewsbury England.
On January 16, 1832, Charles Darwin lands on the tropical shore of St. Jago. He uses field notebooks to record his findings.
In 1846, Charles Darwin publishes Geological Observations On South America. He begins to work on barnacles in October of the same year.
Charles Darwin publishes many volumes on barnacles and begins full time work on species in 1854.
In 1863, Charles Darwin falls seriously ill. His poor health continues for 3 more years
In 1864, Charles Darwin receives the Copley Medal of the Royal Society of London, it's highest scientific award
In 1870, Charles Darwin spends his entire year working on his new book called Descent of Man.
Charles Darwin dies on April 19th, 1882 at 73 years old. He was buried in Westminster Abbey.