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Created: 24 June 2013

The sharks that they are still feared by swimmers, chips are being marked to identify their habitats within the marine reserve of the Galapagos archipelago, where they are protected and have been identified 33 species, many of them endangered.

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category: Blog
Created: 24 June 2013

Slowly, Pepe Missionary approaches the papaya and banana. When he can hold in their jaws to eat fruits, no longer feels the OTOY nor porotillo.

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category: Blog
Created: 24 June 2013

A December 2012 study of the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park (PNG) indicates that the population of sea lions in this archipelago of Ecuador has fallen by 50% over the last thirty years. "There is great concern about the future of Galapagos sea lion", endemic to this archipelago, included in the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), says the paper.

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category: Blog
Created: 24 June 2013

The eradication of rats buccaneers led by the Ecuadorian archipelago of Galapagos giant tortoises allow reproduce naturally in an island in which, due to the aggressive attack of rodents, lost that quality for 150 years. "They destroy the eggs and kill the offspring of species, disrupting the natural balance of an ecosystem as fragile as Galapagos," said the director of the reserve, Edwin Naula during a rat on the uninhabited island poison Finch falls as rain from a helicopter.

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category: Blog
Created: 24 June 2013

Today only 1 vestiges of the airport Seymour, Baltra, built in 1967 on an area of ​​1 500 meters and to a daily flight.

When the passenger arrives at uninhabited island, about an hour from Santa Cruz, is a physical structure, which extends over 10 000 meters, but with a distinctive feature: it is environmentally friendly.

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category: Blog
Created: 24 June 2013

The body of Lonesome George, a giant tortoise Galapagos and animal conservation symbol will return to the Ecuadorian archipelago in March 2014 after being embalmed in the United States of America, and is going to be the emblem of a museum dedicated to the turtles, said the nature reserve where died a year ago. "George" was discovered in 1971 on Pinta, one of the main islands of the island province located about 1000 km from the coast of Ecuador, and was considered the last of his species, Chelonoidis abigdoni.

The June 24, 2012 died of natural causes after decades of efforts to be reproduced, but the Galapagos National Park (GNP) in 2014 initiated a project to resurrect his lineage after finding genes of its kind in the island hybrid turtles Isabela.

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