The long-dormant Wolf Volcano erupts in Galápagos—video just in from National Geographic Endeavour. Wolf Volcano is the northernmost volcano of Galápagos, and has been dormant for 33 years. Video Jim Napoli. The planet’s only population of pink iguanas live on Wolf, as well as populations of yellow iguanas and giant tortoises. The eruption and lava flow are on the south side of the volcano and the wildlife populations are on the north side. The Galápagos National Park is closely monitoring the situation. The eruption has not impacted any of our expeditions, though guests sailing past Wolf Volcano have had a spectacular view from the ship.