Harvey & Coby Galapagos Island

Galapagos Island is a beautiful, majestic place full of amazing, wonderful creatures that you have probably never seen before. Around 200 years ago Charles Darwin (the man who discovered the theory of evolution and natural selection) came here to the Galapagos islands in search of new creatures and to study things.

Here is one of the animals that makes Galapagos Island fascinating. The Black Lizard, is famous for being able to hold their breath under water for an outstanding time, also they sneeze salt out of their noses onto other things

here are some amazing pictures of this place/creatures.

Galapagos whale

Early Galapagos sunset

Giant Tortoise

There are 13 islands in the small circle of the Galapagos islands.

This is Charles Darwin one of the most important people to have graced our world ever. Charles Darwin was born in England on the 12th of February 1809, he died on the 19th of April 1882.

He is most famous for his work on natural selection, the idea that all species of life have evolved over time from common ancestors.He worked out that God or Jesus didn't create us its just we have evolved and adapted over time.

Here are some of the most unusual creatures!

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Created with images by PublicDomainPictures - "marine hill mountain" • PublicDomainPictures - "salt water iguana" • Image-NatioN - "whale fin galapagos" • BGdesign - "sunset galapagos islands" • jedediahw - "turtle tortuga tortoise" • eikira - "charles darwin museum london" • skylark - "crab animal aquatic" • Image-NatioN - "galapagos islands booby blue" • skylark - "lizard dragon reptile"

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