Mission Galapagos

Four million years ago a furnace of molten rock erupted and created the Galápagos islands – a beautiful oceanic outpost 600 miles off mainland South America. It’s an unforgiving landscape – yet this unique chain of rocky islands is home to giant tortoises, equatorial penguins, pink iguanas, and dandelion trees. Scientists explore the extraordinary ways that local wildlife has adapted to island-life.

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