Darwin's Armada - How Four Voyagers to Australasia won the Battle for evolution and Changed the World

By: McCalman, Iain

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Darwin's Armada - How Four Voyagers to Australasia won the Battle for evolution and Changed the World by McCalman, Iain
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Australia: Penguin / Viking, 2009. 423 pages, index, bibliography, notes, colour illustrations. Darwin's Armanda is both a gripping adventure story and a brilliantly enlightening work of history, for the first time portraying the Darwinian revolution as a collective enterprise forged in Australasia. These four remarkable men did what one alone could not – combed the world for evidence of evolution by natural selection, and then fought tirelessly in the social and intellectual battle that followed its famous publication 150 years ago.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New.

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