Charles Robert Darwin, born on 12 February 1809, was an English
naturalist and geologist. He studied medicine and theology at
university and throughout his five years travel on the Beagle he
started to interest himself to the environment he was surrounded
by. He theorised on wonders of nature. Charles Darwin produced
considerable evidence that organisms originate through
evolutionary change. This theory is now world widely recognised
as part of biology. He died on the 19 April 1882.