The scientist who developed the theory of the origin of species.

Charles Darwin put forward the theory of the origin of species through natural selection, to this doctrine he devoted his whole life. The main idea of the theory is that in the process of evolution there is a struggle for existence. Only the strongest individuals reproduce offspring and survive. Natural selection, like a breeder, fixes the slightest changes in the population, selects the best qualities and rejects the bad ones; over time, these changes become so great that a new species is formed. So man came from a monkey.

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