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Lipwèté 31m
"“It was a slaughterhouse,” said Green, describing the images of the cargo hold. “This kind of is going on on a massive scale in international waters and nobody is witnessing it.”
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Stephen McDonell Jul 29
" is on alert due to the appearance of a huge fleet of mostly Chinese-flagged fishing vessels off its Islands".
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Galapagos Conservation Trust 13m
We asked our colleagues working in about how their life has changed since lockdown and how their work will be impacted in the future. Our third interview is with Anne Guézou, GCT’s Education and Outreach Coordinator. Read the interview:
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#SOSGALAGOS Aug 2
⚠️UPDATE⚠️ Chinese Plastic waste is becoming the new normal reality to encounter in . According to locals, plastic bottles are been found everyday by locals in near by beaches in Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz Island) Copyright Credits: Andrés Vergara
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Indo-Pacific News Aug 3
On ’s Predatory Fishing Practices in the 👍 Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: "We firmly support ’s efforts to ensure flagged vessels do not engage in illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing.”
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Yacht Isabela 2 Jul 31
The way we experience a destination can mark a trip in very positive ways! In the Islands you’ll be able to explore the archipelago through a variety of activities we offer on each day of your itinerary. ➡️
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savinggodsworld Aug 2
On july 16th the Chinese, anchored in the Galapagos islands. Ecuador’s government reacted as a threat of invasion. They increase patrols to ensure that the ships would not venture into the Galapagos BUT President Lenín Moreno formally complained to China. Please share
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Galapagos Conservation Trust 22h
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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Stark Organization®️ Aug 1
🔴BREAKING NEWS: A 260 boat-strong Chinese fishing fleet has been detected surrounding the Galapagos islands off the coast of Ecuador.
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Santa Cruz II Aug 3
Due to their pristine ecosystem, unique species, and so many outstanding features, the Islands were named a World Heritage Site. Learn more interesting facts about the Islands here:
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Joanne Lock 18m
wildlife refuge must be protected.
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Nikki😷 Jul 28
has sounded the alarm after it’s navy spotted a fleet of fishing boats, Chinese flagged, appear near Islands. Chinese fishing vessels appear every year, attracted by marine species such as the hammerhead shark, which is in danger of extinction. Vid
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The Kermadecs 18h
Chinese fishing vessels near have been pretending to be in waters (faking their location) but & have nothing to say & is dismissive.Without transparency & honest reporting fishing thrives. Step up NZ.
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OPAGAC 4m
Chinese vessels near could be with tracking systems off via
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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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Bernard To Aug 2
Replying to @SecPompeo
Mr. Pompeo, these Chinese are not fishermen at all. They're well-equipped and well-planned PIRATES. These pirates ignore international marine law and lack of environment saving concept. They must be sent back to . We stand with Ecuadorians and protect Islands.
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Dagmar Thiel Aug 4
It’s time to save from illegal shark fishing. Take 2 minutes to watch this video. Credits to ⁦⁩ &
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Planet Carnivore 20h
Galapagos Sea Lions are highly intelligent . Incredibly, they use pack behaviour to overwhelm Yellowfin Tuna! Sadly a changing climate, pesticides encroaching into the foodchain and human encroachment threaten the species. 🦁
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Patrick Slavenburg #ArtificialIntelligence 48m
Disgusting! 's 300-mile fishing fleet which is visible from SPACE and hoovers up all sea life is decimating endangered species - and plastic waste thrown overboard is polluting the shores of Darwin's Islands help defend
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Santa Cruz II Aug 2
What's the best time to visit the Islands? The Galapagos archipelago is the type of destination that you can go to all year long. It all depends on the type of adventure you're planning on having. Find out more, here:
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