Edward Linley Sambourne Cartoons from Punch magazine
Charles Robert Darwin, LL.S., F.R.S. In his Descent of Man he brought his own species down as low as possible - i.e., to "A hairy quadruped furnished with a tail and pointed ears, and probably arboreal in its habits" - which is a reason for the very general interest in a "family tree." He has lately been turning his attention to the "politic worm."
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