Galapagos Islands Face Greatest Threat: Man

It's easy to see why the isolated Galapagos Islands, made famous by Charles Darwin, were the first place on the planet to be named a United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage Site. The Galapagos, located 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, are comprised of 13 major islands. Since Darwin's arrival in 1835, the Galapagos have been called a "living laboratory of evolution" because of the extraordinary creatures found only on these islands. Long before...Full Story
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