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On October 2, 1836 the famous naturalist Charles Darwin returned from round-the-world travel which lasted 5 years. Travel was carried out on the forwarding vessel of royal fleet "Beagle". It was begun in 1831. Darwin spent the most part of time ashore, studying geology and collecting collections on natural history while "Beagle" under the leadership of Fitzroy carried out hydrographic and mapping photography of the coast. During travel he made a number of descriptions of geology of various areas, collected a collection of animals, and also made the short description of an external structure and anatomy of many sea invertebrates. During travel time Darwin visited the island of Tenerife, Cape Verde Islands, the coast of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Tierra Del Fuego, Tasmania and the Cocos Islands, from where he brought a large number of supervision.