Situated in the Pacific Ocean, 1,000 kilometres west of the South American continent, the 19 islands of Ecuador’s Galápagos Archipelago and their surrounding marine reserve have been called a “living museum and showcase of evolution”. Located at the confluence of three ocean currents, this unique environment is a melting pot of marine species. The wildlife of San Cristobal, Floreana and Espanola islands includes the giant tortoise, land and marine iguana, Galápagos penguin, Galápagos albatross, red and blue-footed booby, Galápagos sealion and brown pelican.
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