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Carolyn Cole Oct 18
The Islands serve as an essential nursery for sea life in the , now threatened by in surrounding waters. Read our report:
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IFC Oct 15
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History_of_Geology Oct 18
October 18, 1835, naturalist Charles took his last steps on the lava of the islands 🐢 Sketch by Darwin himself of superimposed lava-flows as seen along the coast of the island of Santiago 🌋
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Ellen Kuwana, MS, is at #SciWri20 24h
This is (more) awful news. We need to protect our seas, our fishes and the .
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Carolyn Cole Oct 18
The people of the depend on tourism, but brought that to a halt, causing a crisis not only for , but the monitoring of this natural wonder. Read report today in
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UNC Center for Galapagos Studies Oct 16
We know our researchers miss doing their important work in the during this challenging time. Here are the views we can't wait to get back to courtesy of researcher Diego Riveros-Iregui!
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Oct 18
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Jenny Howard Oct 14
So excited to share that our blue-footed booby resight project in now has a poster in Spanish! If you have visited Galapagos or plan to, please keep your eyes open for any boobies with a band! You can report banded birds and find booby ID tips:
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Yacht Isabela 2 Oct 17
The Islands are the perfect place to combine fascinating wildlife with fun activities like never before! Discover more about our activities here:
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Tropical Herping Oct 15
The of the 🐢 is now shipping to Europe, Australia, and Asia. You can obtain your copy today by visiting the link below. If your country is not listed, just send us a message, and we will find a way to send it to you.
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Oct 14
wildlife is under siege. From the critically endangered mangrove finches impacted by lockdown, to the whale sharks under threat from the industrial fishing fleets outside the boundary of the GMR. The unique animals of the Islands need your help
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CFACT Oct 17
Caught “red” handed? Fishing vessels from communist China might have been seen skirting the edges of the Galapagos. They are also suspiciously evading surveillance by turning off their GPS tracking systems for extended periods.
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Santa Cruz II 10h
Isabela Island is the largest in the archipelago, and consists of six volcanoes that have fused together over time. Our western itinerary will take you there:
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#SOSGALAPAGOS 6h
🔴 ARTESANAL FISHERY IN 🔴 ⚠️During the 2000’s the artesanal fishery industry of was into the cucumber fishing, the echinoderms were the million dollar industry at that time ⚠️ Source: Journalist: 📆: May 2000
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UNC Center for Galapagos Studies 13h
Happy first day of ! We are proud to showcase 𝐀𝐥𝐲𝐬𝐬𝐚 𝐆𝐫𝐮𝐛𝐞'𝐬 research in exploring how humans contribute to antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the environment under a One Health framework!
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#SOSGALAPAGOS NOW Oct 18
stop distant-water fishing fleets near the protection zone Petition “to prevent opaque bilateral or regional agreements, typical of made with low-income coastal nations, from happening” 431,032 have signed 500,000 goal
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Galapagos Conservation Trust 12h
During October it is common to see blue-footed booby chicks on the nest across the Islands. Did you know it takes almost a year for a juvenile blue-footed booby to gain its full adult plumage? Find out more about these birds: 💙
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Vote For Trump Vote For Freedom🇺🇸🖐☝️✊💪 Oct 15
I know not everyone is a fan of biology, but the Earth is clearly dying and CCP is playing a huge part. Look at what it did to Galapagos area!
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Adventures in 1st Grade! 9h
One year ago, today, this guy and I were setting off on the adventure of a lifetime! Thanks again and for the amazing opportunity!
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Ekaterina Oct 12
Godzilla marine iguana discovered on . The Galapagos Marine Iguana is one of the more curious creatures found at the Galapagos Islands. It is the only lizard in the world to have learnt how to swim and dive.
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