Wolf volcano, home to the only population of pink iguanas in the world, sends plume of fire and ash into the sky.
A volcano atop one of the Galapagos Islands has erupted for the first time in 33 years, threatening a fragile ecosystem that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
Wolf volcano erupts for first time in 33 years; could threaten park made famous by Charles Darwin
QUITO (Reuters) - A volcano perched atop one of Ecuador's Galapagos islands erupted in the early hours of Monday, the National Park said, potentially threatening a unique species of pink iguanas.
Wolf in the Galapagos Island has erupted for the first time since 1982. The post New Eruption Started in the Galapagos Islands appeared first on WIRED.
NYK Lynx, a containership operated by NYK Line, rescued one person from a sailing yacht in distress 260 nautical miles off the Galapagos Islands. The yacht
A 14-year-old New Jersey student won the National Geography Bee on Wednesday, besting more than 50 other finalists to win a $50,000 college scholarship and an all-expenses-paid trip to the Galapagos Islands.Read full article >>
An Ecuador-flagged cargo ship has been successfully refloated and scuttled after running aground earlier this year in the Galápagos Islands. The salvage and scuttling was carried out by the U.S.-based salvage [...] The post Freighter Scuttled After Galapagos Grounding appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Grounded cargo ship Floreana was refloated by T&T Salvage on April 4, 2015 in San Cristobal, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Leading operations
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A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) aircrew dropped medical supplies to a Colombian fishing vessel 900 miles northwest of Galapagos Island, Sunday, the USCG informs. At approximately 10 p.
An invasive parasitic fly that harms Darwin's finches and other land birds on the Galapagos Islands, has been found for the the first time in mainland Ecuador, supporting the hypothesis that it was introduced from there.
Some destinations fuel my sense of wanderlust: the Galápagos Islands, Mexico's Gulf of California, Alaska, the South Pacific and Antarctica, among them. Cruises to these destinations offer once-in-a-lifetime adventure and a chance to see remote beaches, hidden coves and fascinating wildlife.
An expedition to the Galápagos Islands to view the wildlife and scenery that inspired Charles Darwin is, by almost any measure, a trip of a lifetime. But despite the time and expense involved in getting there, travelers in search of luxurious accommodations have had, until recently, to...
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Pssst! Buddy! Wanna see some Cute Sea Lions? You have come to the right place. From the video: “Florian Fischer and Patricio Garcés go diving with friendly Galápagos Sea Lions off the coasts of the Galápagos Islands.” Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Blorp, sea lions
There aren’t many places on earth more mythical than the Galápagos Islands, the archipelago that sparked Charles Darwin to form his theory of evolution almost two centuries ago. Protected as a World Heritage Site, they’re bursting with life, from ancient tortoises to Darwin’s finches to bright sea creatures. But as a place for people to [ … ]
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How to see the 3,000 square miles of the Galapagos in a week.