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Onno van de Stolpe Jul 14
Dan O’Day, CEO of and myself celebrating the signing of the transforming alliance between Gilead and . Fantastic deal for both companies!
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Dr. Jaye Cable Jul 20
Replying to @carolineepatt
I couldn’t leave out this awesome song!
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Mike Kingsford 4h
JCU class of 2019 on the final day and, post exploring reefs of this unique tropical location.
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Dr. Jaye Cable Jul 20
Replying to @enviroboo
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Dr. Jaye Cable Jul 19
Replying to @Oceandoc31
rocked a impromptu Zumba class to share his talent on LDOC in the
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Dr. Jaye Cable Jul 15
Raising the pizza coma to a whole new level...
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Graham Richardson Jul 16
Sometimes we hang out. No biggie.
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Seb Shaw Jul 20
Heading to the my first time in !!
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Ecology Project Intl Jul 19
The Galapagos are the historical epicenter of evolution theory. But how are the unique creatures of the islands responding to the evolutionary push of climate change?
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Marge, of Lake Lebarge Jul 18
04-Jul-19 Santa Cruz Island. I so envy the folks doing science at the Charles Darwin Research Station. The giant tortoise breeding and re-introduction program is fascinating. We travel to the highlands, and see many wild male tortoises
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Windsor Aguirre Jul 17
A land iguana greeted us at the Baltra port upon arrival.
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GalapagosConservancy Jul 16
It's ! Sea turtles are exclusively marine, so males spend their entire lives at sea and females return to shore only to lay eggs. RT if you've seen a sea in the Marine Reserve...
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UNT College of Education Jul 19
In her second year in a research project in the Islands, Dr. Elizabeth Murakami visited principals in high-need schools with other experts. Learn more about Galapagos Education at .
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Amy Cooke Jul 20
Lazy, sunny Saturday in the . Zoom in for sleepy sea lions on boats. With and
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Marge, of Lake Lebarge Jul 17
Replying to @MtnRcloud
Later that day, at Cerro Dragon on Santa Cruz Island, we hike inland. The sun and heat, just after noon, are intense. Large land iguanas take shelter under brush and in burrows.
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Dr. Jaye Cable Jul 15
Replying to @Oceandoc31
In a mangrove cove, we snorkeled with baby sharks, spotted eagle rays, seahorses, dozens of reef fish species, golden rays, and as many sea turtles as could fit in the water.
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Andrew Brooks Jul 14
So grateful for the opportunity to visit a place as pure and pristine as . Such a memorable learning adventure for all. 🇪🇨
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Jackie De Burca Jul 19
may lead you astray...but in a good & enriching way :) (Photo of )
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Charles McCool ✈️ 18h
Replying to @CancerRoadTrip
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Dr. Jaye Cable Jul 20
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