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Galapagos Islands: Travel and Conservation

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Contrary to popular belief, much of the Galapagos is barren, infertile land--which is precisely why species had to adapt in such spectacular ways to survive. Scenes like this, with craggy formations jutting out of the water across rocky beaches are pretty common--and stunning nonetheless.

Photo by Pete Oxford

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