A nail-biting, not entirely historically accurate event from the Voyage of the Beagle

No! Could this be the end for Charles Darwin?

Charles Darwin walks the plank
Charles Darwin walks the plank

Had that plank been shorter, the whole history of the scientific world would have been changed.

I trust everyone is as ridiculously excited as I am at the prospect of seeing none other than Charles Darwin appear in an Aardman Animation feature.

Here's the trailer:

Postscript: …and here's my review.

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2 thoughts on “A nail-biting, not entirely historically accurate event from the Voyage of the Beagle

  1. Oh I am looking forward to this - two of my favourite things in the world colliding.

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