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From the Back Cover
The enchanting Galapagos Islands lie off the west coast of Ecuador. With no links to the mainland, the flora and fauna evolved in isolation, remaining undocumented until Charles Darwin's first visit on HMS Beagle in 1835.
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Galapagos Wildlife: A Visitor's Guide explores this World Heritage site to bring you a detailed guide to the islands' unique fauna and its varied habitats, both terrestrial and marine. Biologists, wildlife enthusiasts and adventurous travelers alike will find this an engaging and invaluable companion.
o Over 120 color photographs
o Written by licensed Galapagos naturalist guides
o Conservation and ecology
o Visitor sites with full-color trail plans