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Indo-Pacific News Aug 7
'They just pull up everything!' fishing fleet raises fears for sea life The Chinese fishing fleets are the predators of the oceans, they strip mine the world's oceans, scrape the ocean floor and kill everything on their path
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#SOSGALAGOS Aug 4
🛑🛑 Raise awareness in any posible way. Locals send us their drawing in a form of protest. Artist: Picaso Dive (Santa Cruz Island, )
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GalapagosConservancy 21h
A male marine feeds on algae in Cabo Douglas, on the northwest side of Fernandina Island. 🦎 📷 Steven M. Genkins
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#SOSGALAGOS Aug 7
🔴PLASTIC POLLUTION🔴 New images of the pollution brought up by the currents presumably from the International Fishing Fleet near by National Park Guides are sharing their pictures of ongoing beach clean ups. 📸: Carlos Palma 🔴🔴
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R i c h a r d 19m
A small selection of images from my time in the truely special .
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Aug 5
With air temperatures starting to cool and a greater abundance of food available for marine life, August is the perfect time for sea lion pups to be born.
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Aug 10
Today might be but we thought we'd celebrate the Galapagos instead! Lions spend around 15-20 hours a day asleep. Just like their namesakes, sea lions also love sleeping and can often be seen snoozing on the beaches or around the towns.
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Martha Roldós Aug 8
“Clinning . In Puerto Ayora, a group of guides organized to clean the waste that reaches the coast and affects the protected species. Most of the waste is coming from the Chinese fishing fleet that preys on the marine fauna around the archipelago. photos: Alex Irons”
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Milko Schvartzman Aug 6
Important Clarification on China DW Fishing fleet: The ban announced by China Govt are out of the usual fishing grounds where they operate and during the months when they don't fish/out of the season. So, no change in the water
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Milko Schvartzman 19h
China fishing fleet near Galapagos: A few days ago, published an article with clarifications, however, I found some key aspects on it that were missed, unchecked, and/or wrongly boarded:
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#SOSGALAGOS Aug 7
🔴PLASTIC POLLUTION🔴 ⚠️NEW IMAGES⚠️ Chinese label bottles with marine invasive species 📸: Mateo Delgado (Club Mola, Mola) 30/07/2020 by 🚩Tortuga Bay, Santa Cruz What are the long term solutions? 🛑🛑
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Aug 9
Did you know there are 15 species of giant tortoise? 🐢 Five are critically endangered and four are already extinct. Help us conserve these iconic giants by adopting a tortoise today! 🐢
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Happy Gringo.com 15h
The Fausto Llerena Breeding Center received its first organized group of tourists. They toured the Turtle Route where they learned about the conservation and social development of the archipelago, from the hand of a specialized naturalist guide
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#SOSGALAGOS Aug 9
3/3 🔴URGENT🔴 How to support the Galápagos Islands? ⚠️ A question being ask very often, here are our trusted NGO’s, which we know are doing something meaningful with the people of the 🔴We highly advise that each person MUST do their own research 🛑🛑
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UNC Center for Galapagos Studies Aug 11
Listen to GSC researcher 𝐃𝐫. 𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐱 𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐧 on discussing his views on expanding the Galapagos Marine Reserve in order to protect the 30+ species of sharks in !
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#SOSGALAGOS Aug 8
Exclusive images showcase a inconvenient reality affecting directly locals. The constant finding of plastic bottles and wastage presumably coming from the fleet near by the 📸: Anne Guézou 📸: Jhonny Chila (Club Mola, Mola )
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ContempraINN🌹 Aug 10
Place your Fish order for Take out At the Fish Market 😛 🌹
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Sharkproject International 24h
This was how it ones look like near the Galapagos Islands. Now hundreds of chinese vessels occupy this paradise just outside the protected areas & cause a huge damage to the marine ecosystem.
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Galapagos Conservation Trust Aug 11
The female carpenter bee is all black and has a very shiny abdomen. This is a male, which is relatively rare compared to the female. Have a look through all the images shortlisted for our Public's Choice award and vote for your favourite now!
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