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'Remarkable Creatures' Behind Darwin's Discoveries
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'Remarkable Creatures' Behind Darwin's Discoveries

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'Remarkable Creatures' Behind Darwin's Discoveries

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Charles Darwin didn't come to his theory of evolution alone. Sean B. Carroll, biologist and author of Remarkable Creatures, describes the naturalists that contributed to Darwin's discoveries. Field ecologist D. Bruce Means explains the work of modern-day naturalists.

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