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Galapagos flamingos in Floreana Island
Galapagos Animals
Christopher Klassen

Sharing is Caring During the Galapagos Flamingo Courtship Season

In the Galapagos, American flamingos typically begin courting around this time of year. Conditions are ideal for American flamingo pairs to raise their young together after this scorching season. Every tourist who sees the American flamingos in the Galapagos is enthralled by their strikingly bright and brilliant plumage, which is one of their greatest draws.

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Tortoise swimming at Punta Vicente Roca
Galapagos Animals
Nicole Guevera

Let the Eggs Hatch! The Incredible Galapagos Green Sea Turtle: A Few Details

Swimmers and divers often find themselves accompanied by Galapagos green sea turtles. They exude calmness by their serene demeanor and serene swimming style, perfectly in sync with the currents of the surrounding ocean. While it’s not uncommon to encounter sea turtles in the Galapagos Islands, it is uncommon to witness their nesting process or the hatching of their eggs.

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Lava lizard from the Galapagos islands
Galapagos Animals
Christopher Klassen

The Galapagos’s Tiny and Varied Lava Lizards

The Galapagos lava lizards creeps among the plants and rock clumps that make up the magical isles, darting in and out of its little alcoves to study the burly giants that bend down to stare at them. They are almost as common as the sea lions of the Galapagos, who appear to frequent every beach in the archipelago, although they are not quite as untouched by human presence as the former.

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Baby Tortoises
Galapagos Giant Tortoise
Christopher Klassen

Giant Tortoise Breeding Months & Eggs

Even the most incredible things can have absurdly modest beginnings. That is particularly true about the enormous tortoise eggs seen in the Galapagos. Some of

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