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Created: 11 January 2018

Darwin and his theory In 1835, a hundred and seventy-eight years ago, a British young man aboard the HMS Beagle, under the command of Commander Robert Fitz-Roy, was on these coasts. A naturalist of only twenty-two whose work made the Beagle one of the most famous ships in history.

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Created: 09 January 2018

The process of speciation usually takes millions years depending on many natural factors. But for a new species of finches, it happened in just two generations, and some scientists were able to see this magnificent process.

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Created: 04 January 2018

The ecological airport became the first to get the 'Carbon Neutral' certificate in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Created: 14 December 2017

A natural refuge with 30 juvenile hammerhead sharks, an endangered species, was discovered in the marine reserve of the Galapagos Islands, the Environment Ministry of Ecuador reported Friday.

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Created: 05 December 2017

Galapagos was declared a national park in 1959, in order to protect the 97.5% of the terrestrial surface of the archipelago. The remaining area is occupied by human settlements that already existed at the time of the declaration. By then, approximately 1000 to 2000 people lived in four islands. In 1972 a census determined that 3488 people lived in Galapagos, but in the 1980s this number had increased markedly to more than 20,000 inhabitants.

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category: Blog
Created: 01 November 2017

A certain day while watching the waves of the sea, Ricardo Flores decided it was time to take out of his library the memories of his "beloved Galápagos"...

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