Biology 9 Term 3
The Timeline of the Beagle Voyage
12 February 2013
On January 1836 at Sydney, Australia he was congratulating himself that he was born an Englishman, and Darwin wonders why there is a completely different set of mammals in Australia.
On September- October of 1835 at the Galapagos Islands Darwin discovers many species unique to the islands but they are mysteriously related to mainland species. Through January- February 1835 at the Chiloe’ Island, Chile Darwin see Mt. Osomo erupt & experiences the earthquake in the woods near Valdivia affecting him tremendously. On August 1833 at Rio Negro, Argentina Darwin explores the fertile lowland areas known as Pampas. In March of 1833 on the Falkland Islands Darwin finds them barren but finds fossils making him happy. On December 1832 at the Tierra del Fuego, Argentina Capt. Fitzroy sends 3 native people back to their homeland. In 1832 of September at the Punta Alta, Argentina Darwin was fascinated by the huge fossils. On February 1832 at Salvador, Brazil Darwin explored the rainforests for the first time; he loved seeing the flowers, grasses, and the vegetation. On February 1832 the beagle voyage crossed the equator and Darwin had been “shaved”, even though he hadn’t liked with it. On January 1832 at the Cape Verde Islands it dawned on Darwin that he should write a book on the geology of the various countries he shall visit. Darwin at age of 22 in 1831 joined Capt. Fitzroy on the Beagle Voyage as the ship’s naturalist. The journey was suppose to be 2 years but it took 5 years. On the 27th of December 1831 at Plymouth, England age 22 Darwin embarks on the Beagle voyage, He had horrible seasickness. On the 2nd of October 1836 at Falmouth England Darwin finally returned home. In August of 1836 at the Bahia and Pernambuco, South America in the jungles Darwin observed the incredible creatures he hate the seasickness though. In June of 1836 at Cape Town, South Africa he observed the massive...
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