Explore Darwin's historical journey aboard H.M.S Beagle in this story infographic from the Cambridge Library Collection .
Re-live the journey and discover over 150 extremely rare books aboard Dawin's Beagle library including key scientific book publications, covering geology, botany, zoology, navigation, and geography.
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Travels in South America, during the Years, 1819–20–21
Caldcleugh CaldcleughMultiple copy pack2 Volume Paperback Set£51.00Out of stock in print form with no current plan to reprintUnavailable
The Animal Kingdom
Cuvier/Griffith Cuvier/GriffithMultiple copy pack16 Volume Set£603.00Out of stock in print form with no current plan to reprintUnavailable
The Philosophy of Zoology
Fleming FlemingMultiple copy pack2 Volume Paperback Set£67.00Out of stock in print form with no current plan to reprintUnavailable
Darwin and the “web of complex relations”
Darwin was sick most of the time. He spent his adult life trying to recover from the physical toll taken by his famous Beagle voyage. But he was also fascinated by disease, especially diseases, like rabies, that could infect animals as well as humans. For…
Thereza Story-Maskelyne 1834–1926
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