Floreana Island
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 21 Aug 2022

Floreana Island, 8/21/2022, National Geographic Islander II

  • Aboard the National Geographic Islander II
  • Galápagos

Humans played an important role in the history of Floreana Island. The island was severely impacted when humans introduced many different animals. People left behind the animals, which led to serious harm.

Despite this impact, we still had the privilege to see a lot of native and endemic wildlife. The Galapagos National Park has a mission to continue helping to restore this island.

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