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Charles Darwin naturalist & geologist.

Charles Darwin, an English naturalist and geologist, set out on a five year expedition on The Beagle in 1831. On his expedition he observed the rainforest in Brazil, discovered fossils and bones of extinct animals, experienced an earthquake in Chile, and finally landed on the Galapagos Islands in 1835.

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Charles Darwin’s Galapagos vs. Today’s Galapagos

land iguanaThe Environment Ministry of Ecuador (MAE), with the support of the Galapagos National Park, and the help of the Charles Darwin Foundation accomplished a successful monitoring on the census of the land iguana (Conolophus Subcristatus) of the southeast area of Isabela Island.
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Land iguana Monitoring on Isabela Island

Galapagos 360   Thanks to a joint project between Google, Charles Darwin Foundation, Catlin Seaview Survey, and the Galapagos National Park, the entire world has the oportunity to marvell with High Resolution, 360° pictures of one of the best preserved and most pristine wonders of earth, The Galapagos Islands.   

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Google Street View explores Galapagos Islands