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Ridiculous animals of the Galapagos Islands  3 Weeks ago

Source:   USA Today  

The Galapagos Islands are home to many animal species found nowhere else in the world. Situated roughly 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, this archipelago of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean offers an isolated setting in which visitors can observe wildlife in nearly undisturbed habitats. Charles Darwin made Galapagos famous during the 1800s when he published his theories on natural selection and evolution.

In this gallery we've rounded up photos of wildlife found on the islands, including the ridiculously colorful (flamingos), the ridiculously sized (whale sharks), the ridiculously old (tortoises) the ridiculously cute (penguins), and some that are just ridiculous in general (blue-footed boobies).

 

 

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