|aFirst leg: England, Cape Verde, Brazil -- Second leg: Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Patagonia -- Third leg: Patagonia, Tierra del Feugo, Chile -- Fourth leg: Chile, Galápagos, Pacific -- Fifth leg: Pacific, Oceania, Cocos Island, South Africa, England.
|a"When the young amateur naturalist Charles Darwin boarded the HMS Beagle in 1831, he had no idea what lay in store on his five-year voyage across the world. Darwin was disenchanted, moved, scandalised and awestruck by the vast discoveries that he made on his journey. On his return, he wrote his famous and controversial theory on the evolution of species. This long, perilous exploration was a journey that changed a man, and in doing so, the course of science itself."́--|cProvided by publisher.
|aDarwin, Charles|d1809-1882|xTravel|vComic books, strips, etc.
|aBeagle Expedition|d(1831-1836)|vComic books, strips, etc.
|aEvolution (Biology)|xHistory|vComic books, strips, etc.
|aNaturalists|zGreat Britain|vBiography|vComic books, strips, etc.
|aScientific expeditions|xHistory|y19th century|vComic books, strips, etc.
|aVoyages around the world|xHistory|y19th century|vComic books, strips, etc.