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Sea Lions playing on Española
Clear water on Española
Many marine iguanas (look closely)
Blue-footed boobie on Park statue
the animals also seemed to like posing on monuments
the animals also seemed to like posing on monuments
Taking pictures of marine iguanas
The most amazing thing was that the animals are not afraid of humans, due to the fact that they have lived there so long without any human contact
The most amazing thing was that the animals are not afraid of humans, due to the fact that they have lived there so long without any human contact
Marine Iguanas up close on Española Island
A Sea Lion carcass
seeing dead animals or remains of them is also not uncommon in the Galapagos
seeing dead animals or remains of them is also not uncommon in the Galapagos
Our guide Mauricio tells us about iguanas
Albatross nesting on Española
Clare checks out the albatross
albatross close-up
albatross mating
The albatross does this mating ritual where they smack their beaks together
The albatross does this mating ritual where they smack their beaks together (movie)
Coll rock formation on Española
Cool Rock on Española
The rock is white from guano (bird poop)
The rock is white from guano (bird poop)
Waves Crashing on Española
Our group
The first four days there were 2 Canadians, 2 Germans, 5 Englanders, 2 Swiss, 2 Australians, and 1 American
The first four days there were 2 Canadians, 2 Germans, 5 Englanders, 2 Swiss, 2 Australians, and 1 American
Clare and Rob with blue-footed boobies
Blue-footed boobie and masked (nasca) boobie
boobies mating
first the blue-footed boobies do a little dance, lifting their feet
first the blue-footed boobies do a little dance, lifting their feet (movie)
boobies mating 2
then the male spreads its feathers and whistles
then the male spreads its feathers and whistles (movie)


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