Galapagos Sea Lion

Sea lions are endemic animals from the Galapagos Islands. The local population now has around 50,000 individuals, they are adapted to their style semi-aquatic life. They can be seen along the sandy and rocky beaches of the islands. Galapagos sea lion The endemic Galapagos Sea Lion is a subspecies of the California sea lion. It … Read more

Galapagos Finches

The extraordinary adaptations that these birds of Galapagos have developed different environments of the islands was considered by “Charles Darwin” as very important test when he formulated his famous Theory of Evolution. During his expedition to the Galapagos Islands in 1835, Charles Darwin observed that finches differ considerably in their structure from one island to … Read more

Galapagos Tortoise

The Galapagos Tortoises, which their scientific name is Geochelone nigra, are the biggest tortoise that exist in the world and the most ancient ones having more than 180 years. This tortoise were distributed through  all the continents except in Oceania. Nowadays we can only found them in selected places like Galapagos Islands and Seychelles. Galapagos … Read more