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Isla de la Plata in Ecuador

The Galapagos Islands are an obvious destination for any explorer who’s wild about biological diversity. But for those who can’t afford to visit the famed epicenter of evolution evidence, there’s a smaller, cheaper option. Isla de la Plata (Silver Island) is an uninhabited island that’s part of Parque Nacional Machalilla. It's about 25 miles off Puerto Lopez, Ecuador.
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