Darwin’s Theory

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Darwin’s Theory Student’s Name Institution Darwin’s Theory Charles Robert Darwin was born on 12th February 1809 in Shrewsbury, England. Darwin lived to become one of the most famous biologists and naturalist, mainly, due to his studies and research on the theory of evolution. Through his book, On the Origin of Species, which was published in 1859, Darwin described a new concept of evolution that completely changed people’s understanding of the evolution process through his findings on the theory evolution through the natural selection process. Earlier on, before the publication of Darwin’s theory, biologists and other naturalist believed that all living organisms came into being through creation over the course of history or in other cases they were in existence since the beginning of the world. The previous accounts of the evolution illustrated that living organisms did not experience any changes, modifications or evolving characters throughout their lifetime. Darwin’s theory of evolution through natural selection differed with these arguments stating that species endured through a process identified as ‘natural selection,’ in this case, living things which evolved successfully to the changing environment of their natural habitat survived. However, for those that failed to adapt and evolve to the changing natural habitat conditions died off (Muni, 2016). This paper will critically explain Darwin's theory of evolution through natural selection, explaining the major advances attributed to this theory over the prior ideas as to why organisms changed over time. Also, it will provide a detailed illustration of the driving forces of evolutionary change

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