November 2005
Natural History;Nov2005, Vol. 114 Issue 9, p77
The article previews Darwin, an exhibition focusing on naturalist Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution, at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on November 19, 2005. The exhibition will explore the life and times of Darwin and will feature live tortoises and an iguana from Galápagos Islands.


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