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The Beagle set sail on the 17th of December, 1831.
The Captain of the Beagle was Fitz Roy
The Beagle arrived to Tenerife and it couldn’t land because they were afraid of the Cholera.
When Darwin went away of Tenerife he wrote down in his diary that he was surprised the dawn.
When they arrived to Puerto santiago, they were victims of a volcanic eruption.
When he was in the Andes he up to La Campana on July 1834
Darwin was surprised for the singular animals in Islas Galápagos. It was one of the ideas of natural selection
On December 1835, he went to Nueva Zelanda and he discovered a new custom, rubbing the nose to greet
In Sydney he found the most wonderful animal, the platypus (a mammal with a duck beak)
On the 30th January, 1836 he could visit the geologic estructure of Tasmania.
On the 1th of April, he visited the Coco island where the people live of this fruits
He return to Brazil completed around the world in 4 years and 8 months.
When Darwin turned back The Beagle went trought Cabo Verde.
The Beagle arrives Devonport on 2nd October, 1836
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