Apr 01, 2018 - National Geographic Endeavour II
Known as ‘Las Encantadas’, the Galápagos are one of the last relatively untouched oceanic archipelagos in the Pacific Ocean, where one can walk through seabird colonies and reptile’s territories. North Seymour is a unique island that is flat and low with dry vegetation, where rich, productive waters converge and therefore several species of marine birds have colonized it. This island has also been freed of introduced species, and it is obvious that the endemic land iguana, a striking reptile with predominantly yellow scales, is doing pretty well despite the chronic shortage of food.
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