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Galapagos Islands

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  1. Clock that guided Charles Darwin around the world sells for £100,000

    The marine chronometer helped navigate the HMS Beagle around the tip of Argentina and the Galapagos Islands in the 1830s, where Charles Darwin first formed his theory of evolution. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  2. Forced closure of gift shop a cruel blow for world-renowned research organisation which has failed to adapt and survive Continue reading... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  1. The Galapagos Islands are said to be one of the most peaceful and unique places on earth. Tourists find it very peaceful and enchanting... FULL ARTICLE AT ZDNet

  2. The Magical Galapagos Islands, the Nature & Animal Lovers Delight

    Years ago, I became obsessed with taking a trip to the Galapagos, where we would be following in the footsteps of Darwin, making amazing discoveries and partaking in fascinating experiments ... FULL ARTICLE AT We Blog The World

  3. The Galápagos islands: Trouble on the cards

    Finch in a pinch IT COULD yet be an exit, through the gift shop. The Charles Darwin Foundation, which runs a research station on one of the Galápagos islands that ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Economist

  1. From Quito to the Heart of the Ecuador Amazon

    After our adventures in Peru, we packed up our belongings and headed to the airport to fly a bit up the continent to Ecuador, where we would be taking part ... FULL ARTICLE AT We Blog The World

  2. On the Galápagos Islands, young male sea lions tend to wait on their mother for food while females dive for it themselves, a new study says. FULL ARTICLE AT National Geographic

  3. Predators and isolation shape the evolution of 'island tameness,' providing conservation insights

    Charles Darwin noted more than 150 years ago that animals on the Galapagos Islands, including finches and marine iguanas, were more docile than mainland creatures. He attributed this tameness to ... FULL ARTICLE AT PhysOrg.com

  4. Researchers’ souvenir outlet has to close after pressure from local traders and the Ecuador government, denying Darwin group a precious $8,000 a week in sales to tourists Continue reading... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

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The Galápagos Islands (official name: Archipiélago de Colón; other Spanish names: Islas de Colón or Islas Galápagos) are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed around the equator in the Pacific Ocean, 972 km (525 nmi) west of continental Ecuador. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site: wildlife is its most notable feature. The Galápagos islands and its surrounding waters are part of a... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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