Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species was just an abstract of the manuscript that he had originally intended to publish as the formal presentation of his views on evolution. Natural Selection ñ here available for the first time in printed form ñ was his original long manuscript work and contains more examples and illustrations of his argument.
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'Natural Selection is a joy to read. It is full of insights and subtle observations that never found their way into the Origin.' Science
' … enables all interested in evolutionary theories to appreciate the background information on which Darwin based the statements he made and the conclusions he reached in the Origin.' New Scientist
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