Repeating Darwin's Survey.

Descendant of Charles Darwin replicated their grandfather's survey near his old home in Kent, United Kingdom to discover that plant species have declined by 15%.

In 1855 there were 142 plant species in the meadow; but the modern scientists, who included several of Darwin's descendants, found the number had fallen to 119.


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