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category: Blog
Created: 28 September 2017

Galapagos tortoises (Chelonoidis nigra) are in danger of extinction. Many species have disappeared, and very few of them are alive today. Experts claim that it is unlikely to restore them in the near future; but recently, an international team has found by chance, some hybrid turtles descendants of extinct species in Isabela Island. In this regard, scientists believe that pirates or whalers may have transported the turtle from one island to another.

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category: Blog
Created: 29 August 2017

A delegation from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) will carry out a monitoring mission in the Galapagos Islands as part of the recommendations made by UNESCO at the 40th World Heritage Committee meeting.

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category: Blog
Created: 14 August 2017

Experts from the Geophysical Institute of Ecuador, the University of Cambridge and the Galapagos National Park (PNG) investigated the volcanic activity of Wolf Volcano located in the Galapagos Archipelago, in order to improve the volcanic hazard assessment.

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category: Blog
Created: 20 July 2017

Experts have been conducting an investigation for two years to fill the gaps of information about this famous species of the Ecuadorian archipelago.

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category: Blog
Created: 11 July 2017

According to the technical team of the National Park Management Department of Galapagos (DPNG), these animals enjoy a good state of health. In this context, a group of scientists traveled a few weeks ago to the islands in order to collect information related to the physical conditions of these endemic species.

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category: Blog
Created: 21 June 2017

Galapagos Islands are the symbol of the world's most famous natural history.

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