LONDON (AFP) ‚Äď London's Natural History Museum opened its doors Friday on an eagerly-awaited exhibition on the life of British naturalist Charles Darwin, father of the theory of evolution.
The show -- which even includes strands of his beard -- is part of events marking the bicentenary of his birth next February, and the 150th anniversary in November 2009 of the publication of his seminal work "On the Origin of Species."
"What is so unique and accessible with this exhibition is that it shows very clearly the way Darwin's thinking itself evolved," said Johannes Vogel, a scientist at the famous London museum....
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