12. describe darwin's theory of evolution. why did europeans feel threatened by it?
at first glance, charles darwin seems an unlikely revolutionary. growing up a shy and unassuming member of a wealthy british family, he appeared, at least to his father, to be idle and directionless. but even as a child, darwin expressed an interest in nature. later, while studying botany at cambridge university, he was offered a chance to work as an unpaid naturalist on the hms beagle, a naval vessel embarking on an exploratory voyage around the world. in the course of nearly five years at sea – during which time the beagle surveyed the coast of south america and stopped in such places as australia and, most famously, the galapagos islands – darwin took advantage of countless opportunities to observe plant and animal life and to collect both living and fossilized specimens for later study.
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