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Travellers to Ecuador want to experience tropical forests and other stunning habitats and catch glimpses of exotic wildlife: toucans and parrots, monkeys and anteaters, frogs and toads, crocodiles and (yes) snakes. On the Galapagos Islands, curious visitors want to see with their own eyes the exotic, unique, tame wildlife that stimulated Charles Darwin to formulate the theory of evolution. In this book is all the information you need to find, identify, and learn about Ecuador's magnificent animal and plant life. In one easy-to-carry, entertainingly written, beautifully illustrated book, you will have a constant companion on your journey : Field-guide color illustrations of more than 500 of Ecuador's most common insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals-the species you ore most likely to see. Up-to-date information on the ecology, behavior, and conservation of these animals ; Information on Ecuador's habitats and on the most common plants you will encounter ; Brief descriptions of the regions most frequently visited parks and reserves.

Galapagos Islands | Location, Animals, & Facts | Britannica

Ecuador, a destination that you must visit. Imagine swimming among sharks, walking alongside giant tortoises, sea lions, blue-footed boobies and dazzling yourself with unique landscapes in the world; to understand it you should only visit the legendary and enchanting Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.


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The Galápagos Islands travel | Ecuador - Lonely Planet

Galapagos Islands Ecuador's Galapagos Islands archipelago consists of approximately 3,000 square miles of land and is spread out over 17,000 square miles of ocean. The largest island is Isabela, measuring approximately 2,250 square miles. This island also claims the highest point in the Galapagos - Volcan Wolf (5,600 feet above sea level).