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Dragons in Galapagos?

Years ago, the Galapagos Islands were known as the dragons den, because of the vast population of iguanas.

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The color of love

Did you know that the necks of female lizards of the Galapagos are painted bright red during mating season and males can recognize them?

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Unexpected move to Galapagos?

Birds in Galapagos originally came from North, Central and South America, by winds and various ocean currents. Today they still continue to flock to the archipelago. Who knows what to expect. 

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Despite being located on the equator, the climate of the islands water is influenced by the Humboldt Current, which brings cold currents from the southern part of the continent. The temperature is maintained at an average of 25 ° C throughout the year. 

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Sovereignty at sea!

Enjoy the Galapagos Islands marine life, and discover distinctive species like the marine iguanas, mischievous sea lions, and the blue-footed boobies. Experience evolution, and live Galapagos.http://goo.gl/mWucD

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Ready to fly?

Did you know that the albatrosses have enormous wings of about 2 meters long! Experience evolution, and live Galapagos.http://goo.gl/mWucD

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Galapagos, land of fire!

Created by marine eruptions, we invite you to discover the formation of these islands and to see diverse species adapted to live in this hostile place. Experience evolution, and live Galapagos. http://goo.gl/mWucD

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One artful instant! 

Snap a shot of one of the most exotic landscapes in the world! Do you have a camera? Join the adventure on the MV Eclipse. Galapagos awaits you!Http://goo.gl/mWucD

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Stingrays

Did you know that stingrays are fish that inhabit the Galapagos marine reserve? They can measure up to 2 meters! Experience evolution, and live Galapagoshttp://goo.gl/efu1Z

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Top predator of the Galapagos Islands!

The Galapagos Hawk has sharp claws and acute instincts. This bird is in danger of extinction, but thanks to the strict conservation regulations it´s beginning to recover. Experience evolution, and live Galapagoshttp://goo.gl/lPX2k.