Sally Lightfoot Crab
Marine Iguanas - All in a row!
Sea Lion Juvenile
Libby Eglin with some of her Mockingbird friends!
while on a five year surveying voyage around the world. He was
able to spend only five weeks in the archipelago during September
and October of 1835, but his astute observations during this
short period were to set the stage for the development of the
theory of evolution by natural selection.
The Galapago Islands were declared a World
Heritage Site in 1979 by the member states of UNESCO. This designation
recognises the Galapagos Islands as one of the world's most significant
natural areas, and highlights the need to conserve the Galapagos
as a unique part of mankind's natural heritage.
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