Charles Darwin Quote

The pleasure of the first day's hunting cannot be compared to finding a fine group of fossil bones, which tell their story of former times with almost a living tongue.


The Correspondence of Charles Darwin (Volume 1), Letter to Sister Catherine, April 6, 1834 (p. 379)

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The pleasure of the first day's hunting cannot be compared to finding a fine group of fossil bones, which tell their story of former times with...

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The pleasure of the first day's hunting cannot be compared to finding a fine group of fossil bones, which tell their story of former times with...

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The pleasure of the first day's hunting cannot be compared to finding a fine group of fossil bones, which tell their story of former times with...

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The pleasure of the first day's hunting cannot be compared to finding a fine group of fossil bones, which tell their story of former times with...