Galapagos Carlos Ruiz

the Galapagos established in 1959, the Galapagos National Park is the oldest National Park in Ecuador. About 97% of the entire area of the Galapagos Islands are part of the National Park system and remain uninhabited. The other 3% of the Islands are the inhabited areas.
Galapagos National Park Wildlife. More than 1,900 of the 5,000 species found in the Galapagos Islands are not found anywhere else on earth. iguanas, tortoise and birds of the Galapagos Islands is on a land-hopping tour.
Food chain
The Galapagos Islands were discovered in 1535 when father Tomas Berlanga, the bishop of Panama sailed to Peru to settle a dispute between Francisco Pizarro and his lieutenants after the conquest of the Incas.

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