Punch,  60 (1871), 160.

Disciples for Mr Darwin





Descent, Evolution, Darwinism, Human Species

    Asks Charles R Darwin if man, a species which 'looks to the meridian', is descended from the larva of a marine ascidian. Considers it apt that man should be of marine descent and thinks this claim should be communicated to the marines.

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