The Galápagos Islands are not a destination for the novice traveler. It takes a long time to get there — no matter where you're coming from — and when done right, your trip will be jam-packed with incredible adventures. ProfessionalShow More Summary
When Weezer released their “White Album” earlier this year, they sold some deluxe pre-order bundles, including one $25,000 package that included a Greyhound bus trip to the Galapagos Islands with Rivers Cuomo. Students of geography will notice that this does not seem especially possible. But the actor Rainn Wilson has The Office-in-syndication money, so he […]
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The Weezer Experience 3:47 For just $25,000 you could enjoy the totally not fake "Weezer Experience" with Rivers Cuomo and take an exciting trip to the Galápagos Islands for some birdwatching and a catamaran ride. Watch as their very...Show More Summary
The Galapagos Islands’ precious biodiversity is at risk with invasive rat species sneaking on ships and preying on endangered eggs and hatchlings. One potential solution is to genetically modify the rats to only be male, effectively dooming future reproduction. Show More Summary
Red Bull sent Silvester Eduardo, Rob Gonyon, Willy Akers, Vladik Scholz and filmer Tom Colabraro to skate the Galapagos Islands. The post Skating The Galapagos Part 2 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
The Galapagos Islands are a model of how to adapt to survive.
A global renewable energy project on the Galapagos Islands -- one of Earth's most fragile and important ecological treasures -- has helped avoid many tanker loads worth of risky diesel fuel imports since 2007, reduced the archipelago's...Show More Summary
The current wind power installation has replaced millions of liters of diesel fuel and helped protect the islands endangered animals.
Charles Darwin made the Galápagos Islands synonymous with the idea of change as a means of survival. In the 19th century, the scientist marveled at how similar endemic finches, mockingbirds and giant tortoises across the 19-island archipelago were uniquely adapted to individual islands and later...
The Statue of Liberty, Venice, Stonehenge, Galápagos islands and Easter Island are among the 31 natural and cultural world heritage sites in 29 countries that are threatened by climate change, according to a new report. Titled "World...Show More Summary
Charles Darwin made the Galápagos Islands synonymous with the idea of change as a means of survival. In the 19th century, the scientist marveled at how similar endemic finches, mockingbirds and giant tortoises across the 19-island archipelago...Show More Summary
See photos of the stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites that are under threat.
Santa Cruz Island in Southern California. Here is your chance to explore this dynamic and unique ecosystem! Source National Park Service I work with some pretty incredible people. Modesto may be not be the most exciting place to live,...Show More Summary
There are diving vacations… and there are diving vacations. And one of these special underwater adventures can be found in the legendary Galapagos Islands. In this archipelago, each dive promises extraordinary sightings, making it nothing...Show More Summary
In a study published today in the journal PeerJ, scientists from the Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS) and the National Geographic Society revealed that the northern Galapagos islands of Darwin and Wolf are home to the largest shark biomass reported to date (12.4 tons per hectare). read more
Scientists have revealed that the northern Galapagos Islands of Darwin and Wolf are home to the largest shark biomass reported to date (12.4 tons per hectare).
A few years ago, I set off on an incredible around the world adventure attempting to capture 15 countries with my iPhone 4S and my app, Camera+. I never got around to sharing all the behind the scenes videos, so I thought I would start now despite the slightly datedness of using an “ancient” iPhone model. Show More Summary