Selection Galapagos Isabela
Galapagos - Ecuador
Galapagos Penguin Endemic and the only penguins living north of the equator thanks to the cool waters of the Humboldt and Cromwell currents.
Isabela
Galapagos - Ecuador
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Santiago
Galapagos - Ecuador
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North Seymour
Galapagos - Ecuador
Blue-Footed Booby Males court with a high-stepping strut, showing off their fabulous blue feet.
North Seymour
Galapagos - Ecuador
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Sea Lion
Galapagos - Ecuador
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Playa Borrero
Santa Cruz - Galapagos (ECU)
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Magnificient Frigate Bird
N Seymour - Galapagos (ECU)
Magnificent Red The wingspan of up to 2.5 m is the largest of any bird relative to the body size. They can stay airborne for up to a week - even while asleep.
North Seymour
Galapagos - Ecuador
Galapagos Land Iguana Up to 1 m long and endemic to the Galapagos, these Iguanas like to feed on prickly pear cactus.
Santa Cruz
Galapagos - Ecuador
Giant Galapagos Tortoise Weighing up to 417 kg , Giant Galapagos Tortoises are also the longest-lived of all vertebrates. The oldest on record was 152 years old. More Fotos
Santa Cruz
Galapagos - Ecuador
Marine Iguana Endemic to the Galapagos, these Iguanas can hold their breath for up to 40 mins when diving for seaweed and algae. Special glands allow them to sneeze out excess seawater salt. More Fotos
Santa Cruz
Galapagos - Ecuador
Sally Lightfoot Crab These crabs live in a symbiosis with marine iguanas - feeding on their skin parasites and pieces of dead skin.
Marine Iguana
Santa Cruz - Galapagos (ECU)
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Isabela
Galapagos - Ecuador
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Isabela
Galapagos - Ecuador
Galapagos Pelican The Galapagos Pelican is said to be an endemic sub-species of the more common brown pelican.
Magnificent Frigate Bird
N Seymour - Galapagos (ECU)
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