Darwin's Island: The Galapagos in the Garden of England

@inproceedings{Jones2010DarwinsIT,
  title={Darwin's Island: The Galapagos in the Garden of England},
  author={Steve Jones},
  year={2010}
}
The Origin of Species is the most famous book in science but its stature tends to obscure the genius of Charles Darwin's other works. The Beagle voyage, too, occupied only five of the fifty years of his career. He spent only five weeks on the Galapagos and on his return never left Britain again. Darwin wrote six million words, in nineteen books and innumerable letters, on topics as different as dogs, barnacles, insect-eating plants, orchids, earthworms, apes and human emotion. Together, they… CONTINUE READING