Fill In the Blanks
Charles Darwin knew intuitively that tropical forests were places of intricacy and energy. He and his cohort of scientific naturalists were by the beauty of the Neotropics, where they collected tens of thousands of new to science. But they couldn't have guessed at the complete contents of the rain forest, and they had no idea of its to humankind. Even now, more than a century later, the mechanisms of the rain forest still baffle, and impress, scientific thinkers.