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Darwin's 'The Descent of Man' (1871). Title page for volume one of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). This work was published in two volumes: 'On The Descent of Man' and 'Sexual Selection'. In these volumes, Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including sexual selection and natural selection. He also discussed evolutionary psychology, evolutionary ethics, and differences in human races and sexes. Darwin's most famous work, 'On the Origin of Species', had been published in 1859 and had caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy. By the time of this later work, Darwin's theories were more widely accepted.
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Darwin on embryonic development, 19th-century illustrations. Here, Darwin is comparing a human embryo (top) with a dog embryo (bottom). This is page 15 on 'Embryonic Development' from chapter 1 ('The Evidence of the Descent of Man from some Lower Form') of volume one of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In volume one of this work ('On The Descent of Man'), Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including the differences and similarities between human and animal embryos. Darwin also discussed evolutionary psychology, evolutionary ethics, and differences in human races and sexes. Darwin's most famous work, 'On the Origin of Species', had been published in 1859 and had caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy. By the time of this later work, Darwin's theories were more widely accepted.
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Darwin on sexual selection in birds, 19th-century illustration. Here, Darwin is discussing differences in the plumage and tails of a female (left) and male (right) hummingbird. Sexual selection is a form of evolutionary and reproductive selection based on differences between the sexes. This is page 77 on 'Decoration' from chapter 13 (one of several chapters on secondary sexual characteristics of birds) from volume two of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In volume two of this work ('Sexual Selection'), Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including sexual selection and natural selection. Darwin's most famous work, 'On the Origin of Species', had been published in 1859 and had caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy. By the time of this later work, Darwin's theories were more widely accepted.
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Darwin on sexual selection in birds, 19th-century illustration. Here, Darwin is discussing the appearance of a male Burmese peacock-pheasant. Sexual selection is a form of evolutionary and reproductive selection based on differences between the sexes. This illustration is from page 90 on 'Display by the Male' in chapter 13 (one of several chapters on secondary sexual characteristics of birds) in volume two of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In volume two of this work ('Sexual Selection'), Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including sexual selection and natural selection. Darwin's most famous work, 'On the Origin of Species', had been published in 1859 and had caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy. By the time of this later work, Darwin's theories were more widely accepted.
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Darwin on sexual selection in birds, 19th-century illustration. Here, Darwin is discussing the appearance of a male peacock's feathers. Sexual selection is a form of evolutionary and reproductive selection based on differences between the sexes. This is page 137 on 'Gradation of Characters' in chapter 14 (one of several chapters on secondary sexual characteristics of birds) in volume two of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In volume two of this work ('Sexual Selection'), Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including sexual selection and natural selection. Darwin's most famous work, 'On the Origin of Species', had been published in 1859 and had caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy. By the time of this later work, Darwin's theories were more widely accepted.
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Darwin on sexual selection in primates, 19th-century illustration. Here, Darwin is discussing the appearance of a male mandrill. Sexual selection is a form of evolutionary and reproductive selection based on differences between the sexes. This is page 292 on 'Ornamental Colours' in chapter 18 (one of two chapters on secondary sexual characteristics of mammals) in volume two of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In volume two of this work ('Sexual Selection'), Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including sexual selection and natural selection. Darwin's most famous work, 'On the Origin of Species', had been published in 1859 and had caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy. By the time of this later work, Darwin's theories were more widely accepted.
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Darwin on sexual selection in primates, 19th-century illustration. Here, Darwin is discussing the appearance of four male monkeys: Semnopithecus grey langur (upper left), Ateles spider monkey (lower left) and two Cebus capuchin monkeys (right). Sexual selection is a form of evolutionary and reproductive selection based on differences between the sexes. This is page 307 from chapter 18 (one of two chapters on secondary sexual characteristics of mammals) in volume two of 'The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex' (1871) by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In volume two of this work ('Sexual Selection'), Darwin wrote on aspects of his evolutionary theory, including sexual selection and natural selection. Darwin's earlier work 'On the Origin of Species' (1859) caused a storm of controversy. By the time of this later work, his theories were more widely accepted.
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Evolution of mammals. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle, representing the evolution of mammals. From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Evolution of mammals. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle showing four species of marsupials, representing the evolution of mammals. From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Evolution of aquatic organisms. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle showing different types of aquatic invertebrates, representing their evolution from simple protozoa (top left) to more complex lifeforms such as echinoderms (centre right), molluscs (bottom left) and crustaceans (bottom right). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Mass extinction. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle, representing the mass extinction of animals in a prehistoric volcanic landscape. From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Prehistoric reptiles. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle, showing three different reptiles in a prehistoric landscape. From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Cretaceous animals. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle, showing two different animals from the Cretaceous period (around 145 to 66 million years ago). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Mushrooms. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle, showing 7 different species of mushrooms. From top left common morel (Morchella esculenta), elfin saddle (Helvella mitra), clavaria coralloides, false chanterelle (Agaricus aurantiacus), field mushroom (Agaricus campestris), porcini (Boletus edulis), chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Devonian animals. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle, showing different aquatic animals from the Devonian period (around 419 to 358 million years ago). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Prehistoric amphibian. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle of a prehistoric labyrinthodont amphibian. Labyrinthodonts were some of the dominant animals of the late Palaeozoic and early Mesozoic eras (about 390 to 150 million years ago). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Prehistoric animals. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle of a prehistoric ungulates and birds by water. From right to left: Palaeotherium sp., Anoplotherium sp., Xiphodonts and Tantalus sp. birds . From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Prehistoric elephants. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle of a mastodon (Mammut sp.) and Deinotherium sp. proboscis mammal in a Miocene (around 23 to 5 million years ago) landscape. These animals were prehistoric relatives of modern day elephants. 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Prehistoric woodland. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle of a marsh and woodland in the Carboniferous period (around 359 to 298 million years ago). From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).
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Prehistoric micro-organisms. 1885 illustration by A. Demarle of a collection of prehistoric aquatic bacteria and single-celled amoeboid organisms. From 'Natural Creation and Living being' by French journalist and author Jules Rengade (1841-1915).

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