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Key Stage 3 Module 3: Hedgerows
Darwin planted his hedge in 1846. His initial list of plants became a baseline when 20 years later he recorded the disappearance of some species and new plant arrivals. He understood the consequent changes to the ecology of this hedge. Darwin theorised from evidence derived from simple, small-scale, experiments to formulate laws of nature that apply to present day scientific understanding.
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