Galapagos By: James Lucero


  1. Sea Turtles
  2. Land Iguanas
  3. Giant Turtles
  4. Marine Iguanas
  5. Lava Lizard


  1. Black Mandgrove
  2. White Mandgrove
  3. Candelabra Cactus
  4. Cutleaf Daisy
  5. Palo Santo
  6. Braken Ferns

History Of The Galapagos

  • The Galapagos Islands was discovered in 1535 when father Tomas Berlanga, the bishop of Panama sailed to Peru to settle dispute between Francisco Pizarro and his people after the conquest of the Incas. The bishop's ship stalled strong currents carried him out to the Galapagos.

Food Web

Major Organisms

  1. Mammals
  2. Reptiles
  3. Darwin Finches
  4. Sea Birds
  5. Shore Birds
  6. Water Birds
  7. Land Birds


Created with images by p.j.k. - "Flamingo, Galápagos" • BGdesign - "albatrosses more water" • Ndecam - "Galápagos Dolphin" • NH53 - "Galapagos Penguin" • akasped - "galapagos" • sebastian_photos - "sea lion galapagos galapagos sea lion"

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