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Charles Darwin Biography
Charles Darwin full name was Charles Robert Darwin. Charles Darwin was a British Scientist, English Naturalist and Geologist. He laid the evolution of theory. Charles Darwin established all species (basic units of biological classification) of life have inherits from forefathers, and he was started joint publication with Alfred Russel Wallace then introduced his scientific theory as this branching pattern of evolution developed from a process that he named natural selection. Charles Darwin was published his evolution of theory in “On the Origin of Species” book in 1859.
Charles Darwin Early Life
Charles Darwin was born on 12th February 1809 at The Mount, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, United Kingdom. His father was Robert Darwin who was wealthy society doctor and financier, and mother was Susannah Darwin. Charles Darwin was the fifth of six children in his family.
Charles Darwin Education
Charles Darwin was joined Shrewsbury School as a boarder in September 1818. In 1825 summer vacation, before joining in the University of Edinburgh Medical School he worked as a apprentice doctor under his father and treat poor people.
Inception of Darwin’s Evolutionary Theory
In 1836, Darwin was a celebrity in scientific sector. Charles Lyell met Charles Darwin for the first time on 29th October 1836. Lyell introduced Darwin to anatomist Richard Owen. Owen had the equipment to work on the fossil bones collected by Darwin. After checked the fossil bones, Owen got the shocking results in reports which includes other gigantic extinct ground sloths as well as the Megatherium.
Charles Darwin Marriage Life and Family
Charles Darwin was married Emma Wedgwood on 29th January 1839. They had ten children, among them two died in infancy.
Charles Darwin Death and Funeral
Charles Darwin was died on 19 April 1882 at Down House, Kent in UK with the anginal attacks and heart failure. He was buried at Westminster Abbey, which was close to John Herschel and Isaac Newton.