Alicia Hoffmann, Juan Armesto & Mary Kalin Arroyo
Eduardo Osorio & Alicia Hoffmann
Paperback, 27 x 22 cm, 123 pages
Following a journey around the world that lasted nearly five years, Charles Darwin returned to England with the experiences and materials that would form the basis of his life's work. For most of this journey he was engaged in observing the biodiversity and geography of South America, and this book tells of the time he spent on our continent and the legacy that he left behind.
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Secondary school students (13 to 17 years), Biology teachers