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Tom, the run-away chimney sweep's boy, who falls into the river and becomes a Water Baby, being examined by Richard Owen (left) and Thomas Henry Huxley. Owen was an opponent of Darwinism, Huxley, called 'Darwin's bulldog', its great champion. Illustration by Linley Sambourne for Charles Kingsley 'The Water Babies', ondon, 1885. The book was first published in 1863.

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Tom, the run-away chimney sweep's boy, who falls into the river and becomes a Water Baby, being examined by Richard Owen (left) and Thomas Henry Huxley. Owen was an opponent of Darwinism, Huxley, called 'Darwin's bulldog', its great champion. Illustration by Linley Sambourne for Charles Kingsley 'The Water Babies', ondon, 1885. The book was first published in 1863.