Following in Darwin's footsteps - Specimen Collection
As a boy, Charles Darwin was known for filling his pocket with stones, bits of plants and even live bugs, while exploring the countryside. He continued collecting on his HMS Beagle voyages, filling the ship with thousands of specimens.
The images below show 5/6CC following in Darwin’s footsteps. We explored outside and collected our own high-quality specimens of flora and fauna. Once we had our specimens, we classified our specimens and made our own observational drawings.