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The hunt for Darwin's Galapagos works

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A notebook used by Charles Darwin in the Galapagos to record his observations, is thought to have been stolen. The findings led to the theory of evolution and On the Origin of Species, which was published 150 years ago. Annie Kemkaran-Smith, curator of Darwin's home in Kent, Down House, discusses the search for the notebook.

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