This exhibition closed February 28, 2010
Explore the life and work of Charles Darwin, the biologist whose revolutionary theories on natural selection and evolution changed the face of science forever. This year marks the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publishing of On the Origin of Species.
In addition to Darwin’s own manuscripts, notebooks, letters, artworks, and personal objects, the exhibition also contains fossils, taxidermy mounts, and living specimens.
Curator of Herpetology at the San Diego Natural History Museum Bradford Hollingsworth, Ph.D., and Mark Wheeler, Ph.D., Philosophy Department Chair at San Diego State University are co-curators of the exhibition in San Diego.