The statue was unveiled by the Duke of Edinburgh in Cambridge
The great-great-granddaughter of scientist Charles Darwin has attended the unveiling of a statue of the naturalist in Cambridge.
Sarah Darwin, 44, watched the unveiling of the bronze sculpture by the Duke of Edinburgh at Christ's College where Darwin had been a student.
Sculptor Anthony Smith has created an image of Darwin as a student at the college in the 1830s.
The statue sits on a bench with a book in his hand near the main gates.
Ms Darwin, who lives in London and is also a botanist, said: "I think it's fantastic. Like everyone else I tend to think of Darwin as an old man with a beard because that is the popular image.
"To see a statue showing him as he would have looked when he was a student is fantastic.
"I think there is a family resemblance - although I don't think he necessarily looked like me.
"We're having a family get-together soon and I know that the resemblance will be a topic of conversation."
The statue sits opposite the rooms Darwin occupied when he studied at Christ's.
Crowds of 21st Century Christ's students gathered to watch the Duke pull away a red cloth to reveal the bronze sculpture.
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It's the Duke's first public appearance since hurting his back