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You won’t believe what people eat on Darwin’s birthday

Fact - Phylum Feast is a dinner organised on Charles Darwin's birthday (12th February) and consists of dishes made of as many species as one can find.
Pic Credits: © 2012  Nick | Fancy Dinner | CC BY-SA | Modified

The Phylum Feast is held in the honour of Charles Darwin, the great evolutionary biologist. The dinner consists of dishes made from as many different species as the organisers could find. The date of the feast is the birthday of Charles Darwin – 12th February.

Phylum is a taxonomical term used for classifying living beings – both plants and animals. “Species” is a more specific term in nomenclature.

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