Galapagos Islands

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a group of islands in the Pacific off South America

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Using breakthrough digital 3D filmmaking technologies and featuring 4K ultra-high resolution imagery, the producers have brought to life the extraordinary world of the Galapagos archipelago in a way that has not been possible before.
Several Galapagos archipelago endemics have very limited inter-island movement, resulting in morphological differences (e.
Paradise Quest brings gamers deep within the Galapagos archipelago where they will embark on a wild puzzle adventure to restore the majestic island of Isabela to its former beauty.
Rachel will undergo a crash course in Spanish before travelling to the island of San Cristobal, part of the Galapagos archipelago, where a biological research station has been established.
These amazing creatures - up to 4ft long, weighing up to 300lbs and living up to 250 years - are only found in The Seychelles and The Galapagos Archipelago off Costa Rica.
The Galapagos Archipelago consists of 13 large islands and a great number of islets and rocks, all of volcanic origin (Fig.
This lush and lavish nature-doc transports viewers to the breathtaking and unique landscapes of the Galapagos archipelago, while Tilda Swinton sounds like the voice of God as she declares that these islands are plumbed directly into the heart of the earth.
Early this year, crews are expected to break ground on a wind farm on San Cristobal, the largest of four inhabitable islands in the Galapagos Archipelago.
Science, journalism and a personal story are melded into Carol Ann Bassett's examination of the delicate Galapagos archipelago.
Late last month, 39 giant tortoises were released on Pinta Island in the Galapagos Archipelago in an effort to restore the island's ecosystem.
O The 10-day Galapagos Islands cruise travels on International ExpeditionsO 32-passenger yacht M/V Evolution to the islands of the Galapagos archipelago.
Biologists often overlook the fact that "it was as a geologist that Darwin entered the Galapagos archipelago, geology that determined his footsteps within the islands, geology that framed his contemplation of the living world, and geology that set the stage for his illustrious future" (p.
GPS reference points marked in the Galapagos Archipelago will be used for measuring Naval technicians of the two countries.
The Galapagos archipelago was formed by volcanic activity, and the most volatile - and visually dramatic - islands are the younger formations in the west, Fernandina and the seahorse-shaped Isabela.
Toyota began working in Galapagos following the 2001 Jessica oil spill -- which resulted in 180,000 gallons infiltrating the waters surrounding the Galapagos Archipelago.