What Darwin Learned From Kissing

When Charles Darwin did anything — dig in his garden, play the piano, even when he first kissed and pecked his fiancee Emma — he would automatically compare himself to other creatures. Darwin found kissing especially intriguing as you will hear in Robert Krulwich's conversations with writers Deborah Heiligman and Adam Gopnick.

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