GalapagosIslands By Anjelica.e.herrera

seals on the white sand beaches in Galapagos

The Galapagos Islands are in the Pacific Ocean it lies around 1,000 km off the cost of Ecuador and it is considered one of the world´s foremost destinations for animal-viewing it is beautiful and amazing the water and animals and plants there is about 19 Islands many smaller then other but still an amazing scene each Island with its own unique landscape seashell, Black , White sand beaches

In the Island of Galapagos there are many amazing scene plants, animals but one animal that is not seen much but is seen a lot on the coast of the islands is the MARINE IGUANAS they are very unique they are only found on the island of Galapagos their short blunt snouts and small razor sharp teeth help them scrape the algae off rocks, and their laterally flattened tails let them move crocodile-like through the water Their claws are long and sharp for clinging to rocks on shore or underwater in heavy currents they are cold blooded but for food they will dive about 9 meters to get algae to eat then they come back to the shore to sit our in the sunlight to get warm they are big and amazing creatures to see

Marine Iguana in the Galapagos waters

FINCHES The true finches are small to mediume sized passerine birds in the family Fringillidae Finches have stout conical bills adapted for eating seed's and often have colourful pulmage. Fnches are generally seed eaters and eat a variety of plants ecspecially grasses but when it's not seed season they eat certain fruits berries Finches it's one of the smallest birds on Earth and belongs to the largest bird family Finches are song birds that are ideally meant to be watched only for entertainment not for anything else they are amazinig birds to hear and see

Finch relaxing

Credits:

Created with images by D-Stanley - "Neds Beach" • latindiscoveries - "Galapagos" • Took - "marine iguana galapagos diving" • VSmithUK - "Warbler Finch"

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