Charles Darwin's Trip To Galapagos Island

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What was important about Charles Darwin trip to the Galapagos Island was the observation of the different animal and land structures. He was not use to seeing this in England and opened his eye up to a whole new world that he wanted people to know about. The survival of the fittest process was one of the key insights Darwin gained on his trip. He found out that most of the organism had the potential to produce far more off springs then could actually survive (51). This amazed Darwin that animal evolved enough to pass on their strong trait to their offspring and the ones that survive because strong and ultimately passed on even stronger trait to better their species as a whole. Darwin called this process “natural selection” to separate it from

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