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English: Caricature of Charles Darwin from Vanity Fair magazine. Caption read "Natural Selection".
|Date||30 September 1871|
|Source|| Vanity Fair 30 September 1871
Downloaded from University of Oklahoma, History of Science website
(Source for author: Mark Bryant, "Going Ape Over Darwin", History Today, 1 April 2008)
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Restored version of File:VanityFair-Darwin.jpg. Rotated and cropped, artifacts removed.
|Image title||Natural Selection.|
|Copyright holder||Copyright History of Science Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries|
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|File change date and time||12:06, 20 January 2009|
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