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Galápagos Park Rangers Protect Nesting Turtles, Mating Sea Lions

A female sea turtle digs her nest

They are like ninjas, dressed completely in black, spying and moving stealthily in the night to avoid detection. These are not military commandos, but rather Galápagos National Park Rangers, monitoring the nesting activities of green sea turtles. Continue Reading →

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Shark Attack called “Isolated Incident”

surfing galapagos

LATEST UPDATE FRIDAY, MAY 17: Edwin Naula, director of The Galápagos National Park told the Ecuadorian newspaper El Universo that a shark attack on a surfer Tuesday was what he called “an isolated incident.” Such attacks, he said, are relatively rare although not unheard of in the Galápagos waters. Continue Reading →

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