In his book, Darwin starts off by asking readers who the creator of the world is and how the universe was created. Darwin says that human beings and their endless creations are miniscule, compared to the complex objects constructed by nature. He draws on spiritual and idealistic ideologies, alongside scientific notions. According to him one species of birds could alter and change in time, into another kind of bird. He goes on to talk about how an orangutan resembles a human being in its behavior.The Origin of Species (Collins Classics) informs readers about how survival methods could lead to greater development in humans and animals. Alike and how environmental changes cause the same animals to behave differently, in two different continents. So bats could have evolved from flying squirrels. The book talks about how heredity makes two individuals different. How changes in environment, survival needs and heredity lead to the birth of new species. The endless and incredible illustrations of his theories, the detailed maps, diagrams, quotes from conversations between Darwin and other theorists and drawings of Darwin's house and his work area make this book rich and interesting for every reader. This book is a life science theory and contains the theory of evolution. The Origin of Species (Collins Classics) was published by Harper Classics in 2011 and is available in hardcover. Key Features: This book is a simpler version of the original book published by Darwin in 1859, called On The Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection. Darwin's book created controversy all over the world, from religious groups, biologists and scientists.
|Title:||The Origin of Species (Collins Classics)|
|Publisher:||Harper Press; UK ed. edition|
|Place of Publication:||United Kingdom|
|Release date:||1 October 2011|