Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library after 22 years

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Two stolen notebooks written by Charles Darwin have been mysteriously returned to Cambridge University, nearly 22 years after they were last seen. The small leather-bound books contain the scientist’s famous “Tree of Life” sketch. The priceless manuscripts were wrapped in plastic and left anonymously in a bright pink gift bag on the library floor. The mysterious sender dropped them off in an area of the library with no CCTV cameras. But they did leave a printed note wishing the librarian a happy Easter. The notebooks reportedly went missing in 2001 after being removed for photo-taking.

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