1 where did the h.m.s beagle travel?

Asked By: Ben Reilly
Date created: Thu, May 27, 2021 12:16 PM
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Charles Darwin set sail on the ship HMS Beagle on December 27, 1831, from Plymouth, England. Darwin was twenty-two years old when he was hired to be the ship’s naturalist. Most of the trip was spent sailing around South America.
Answered By: Dennis Steuber
Date created: Thu, May 27, 2021 2:23 PM
During his voyage on the HMS Beagle, Charles Darwin traveled to the Canary Islands, South America, the Galapagos Islands, Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia and the Southern tip of Africa. According to About.com, this journey took nearly five years and circumnavigated the globe. Captained by Robert FitzRoy, the HMS Beagle left England in December, 1831.
Answered By: Hector Sauer
Date created: Thu, May 27, 2021 11:20 PM
On December 27, 1831, Charles Darwin went on board HMS Beagle in Devonport (Plymouth). For five years, the naturalist traveled around the world in the 90-foot- (27.4 meter-) long and 24-foot- (7.4...
Answered By: Beau Konopelski
Date created: Fri, May 28, 2021 1:01 AM
The Beagle left the Galapagos and arrived at Tahiti in November 1835, and then sailed onward to reach New Zealand in late December. In January 1836 the Beagle arrived in Australia, where Darwin was favorably impressed by the young city of Sydney.
Answered By: Mona Kirlin
Date created: Fri, May 28, 2021 9:45 PM
In 1831, Charles Darwin received an astounding invitation: to join the HMS Beagle as ship's naturalist for a trip around the world. For most of the next five years, the Beagle surveyed the coast of South America, leaving Darwin free to explore the continent and islands, including the Galápagos.
Answered By: Oliver Paucek
Date created: Sat, May 29, 2021 9:18 AM
The famous 1831-36 voyage of His Majesty's Ship (HMS) Beagle, with Charles Darwin on board as naturalist, was a voyage in service of the Creator. Its primary purpose was to survey the coast of lower South America.
Answered By: Mathew Ankunding
Date created: Sat, May 29, 2021 1:06 PM
The HMS Beagle resting on the sands near Rio Santa Cruz, Patagonia, South America. The vessel was commanded by British naval officer and scientist Robert Fitzroy and carried a crew, which included British naturalist Charles Darwin, on a survey mission that circumnavigated the world between 1831 and 1836.
Answered By: Demond McCullough
Date created: Sun, May 30, 2021 8:10 AM
Beagle sailed across the Atlantic Ocean, and then carried out detailed hydrographic surveys around the coasts of southern South America, returning via Tahiti and Australia after having circumnavigated the Earth. The initial offer to Darwin told him the voyage would last two years; it lasted almost five.
Answered By: Serena Mueller
Date created: Mon, May 31, 2021 12:43 AM
Beagle sailed from Plymouth Sound on 27 December 1831 under the command of Captain Robert FitzRoy. While the expedition was originally planned to last two years, it lasted almost five— Beagle did not return until 2 October 1836. Darwin spent most of this time exploring on land (three years and three months on land; 18 months at sea).
Answered By: Tremaine Lueilwitz
Date created: Mon, May 31, 2021 5:30 PM
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