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Infographic detailing Charles Darwin's voyage aboard HMS Beagle

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Cyttaria darwini, the “beech orange”, of Tierra del Fuego.

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Patagonia. The road to Fitzroy, Argentina, Chile border. Francisco Moreno first saw the mountain on 2 March 1877. He named it Fitz Roy, in honour of Robert FitzRoy, who, as captain of the HMS Beagle had travelled up the Santa Cruz River in 1834 and charted large parts of the Patagonian coast.

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Australian soldiers on board the British destroyer HMS Beagle on their way to Gallipoli for the landing on the 25 April 1915. HMS Beagle carried D Company, 9th Battalion, commanded by Captain J A ...

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By Charles Darwin - Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage around the world of H. M. S. 'Beagle' under the command of Captain Ftiz Roy, R. N., - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Albany pitcher plant--carnivorous plant

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Original natural history artwork, primarily watercolours of fish from Australian waters by James Barker Emery, 1840.

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