Darwin: The Voyage That Shook the World

Marking the 200th anniversary of Darwin's death, this expansive documentary follows him as a young amateur scientist on board the HMS Beagle in 1831, about to embark on an epic five-year voyage that will shake the world. Retracing the voyage in lavish detail, and filmed in South America, the U.K., North America, Australia and Europe, the film features dramatic period recreations and stunning nature cinematography, interwoven with scientists and experts who share their differing perspectives on the man and the controversy he stirred. Produced by Creation Ministries International.

Year: 2009
Genre: Documentaries, Natural History Docos, Spiritual & Philosophical, Biography
Country: Australia
Director: Steve Murray
Duration: 53 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Documentary (Spiritual and Philosophical)



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