Galapagos By koa aiono

he Galapagos Islands are famous for the diverse animal and plant life found on the land and in the surrounding seas. There are more than 400 species of fish alone, so visiting the islands is like stepping into a National Geographic documentary. You can schedule trips to the Galapagos Islands to see the amazing wildlife for yourself. Here are just a few facts about the Galapagos Islands, this incredible area that you may find interesting.

Mammals: 32 species recorded Reptiles: 28 species recorded Darwin Finches: 13 sub-species recorded Sea Birds: 42 species recorded Shore Birds: 34 species recorded Water Birds: 21 species recorded Land Birds: 49 species recorded
This is the map of the Galapagos islands


Created with images by PublicDomainPictures - "marine hill mountain" • p.j.k. - "Underwater, Galápagos" • A.Davey - "Map of the Galapagos Archipelago (Best Viewed in "Original" Size)"

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