Charles Darwin

The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Vol. I

533 printed pages
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  • Olga Serovahas quoted8 years ago
    The main conclusion here arrived at, and now held by many naturalists who are well competent to form a sound judgment, is that man is descended from some less highly organised form. The grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals in embryonic development
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