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  • 1. Galapagos Darwin’s Beginnings
  • 2. Objectives
    • Describe the voyage of the Beagle (1831-1836)
    • Outline the types of animals found on the Galapagos
    • Discuss the variations of life on the Galapagos
    • Recall the current experiments that are going on in the Galapagos
  • 3. Voyage of the Beagle (1831) “5 year voyage”
  • 4. Galapagos
  • 5. Giant Tortoise
  • 6. Iguana
  • 7. Finches
  • 8. Modern Research
  • 9. Darwin’s Theory Darwin’s Beginnings
  • 10. Objectives
    • Analyze natural selection
    • Critique theory of evolution
  • 11. Idea #1
    • More offspring are born than can survive
    Overproduction
  • 12. Idea#2
    • Not all offspring are the same
    Variation
  • 13. Idea#3
    • Best organisms will survive
    Selection
  • 14. Review (143)
  • 15. Review (144)
  • 16. Put it together
    • Too many are born
    • Everyone is different
    • Best will survive
    • 4. Over time species will change so the ones best suited to their environment survive
  • 17. Theory of Evolution
  • 18. Quiz
    • Where did the Beagle travel?
    • Who was the scientist on board?
    • Where are the Galapagos?
    • What was unique about tortoises?
    • What was unique about iguana?
    • What was unique about the finches?
    • Modern Research?
  • 19. Quiz
    • Overproduction?
    • Variation?
    • Selection?
    • Evolution?