Charles Darwin, for his individual genius in collecting, collating and making sense of all that data.

Colorized Photo of Charles Darwin to Celebrate Evolution Day, November 154 years ago on this day, November Charles R. Darwin first published "On the Origin of Species," now considered the foundation of evolutionary biology.

Infographic detailing Charles Darwin's voyage aboard HMS Beagle

Infographic detailing Charles Darwin's voyage aboard HMS Beagle and the outcome of his work.

Darwin's Theory of Evolution Infographic

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Darwin was an avid collector of beetles while at Cambridge. Some of his specimens survive at the Cambridge Zoology Museum.    Photographs: John van Wyhe

Entomology (insects)- Coleopterology (beetles) I realised that I don't have an insect section in my museum shop. A lot of "insect recreations" risk becoming crafty such as butterflies, so I decided to stick with beetles.

Biodiversity: What makes you weird or different-that's your strength. MS

Charles Robert Darwin - Autor do livro "A Origens das Espécies".

Portrait of Charles Darwin, by David Revoy.  ARCIMBOLDO's Style. YB

A stunning portrait of Charles Darwin by David Revoy that pays homage to Darwin's contributions to evolutionary theory, created using different animal and plant species.

A sketch of the Galapagos Tortoise by Darwin

Darwin published his theory of evolution with compelling evidence in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species, overcoming scientific rejection of earlier concepts of transmutation of species

"We may all be netted together" - Darwin. This picture is a great way to illustrate and explain the relations/interactions within all animals. Does not necessarily relate to sexual selection, but a good representation of all Darwin theorized of.

“Consciousness is the basis of all life and the field of all possibilities. Its nature is to expand and unfold its full potential. The impulse to evolve is thus inherent in the very nature of life.