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Home > 2010 > South America > Bachas Beach, Isla Genovesa

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11 viewsThe Chuck Norris crab: ready for anything.
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9 viewsYes another crab photo but I really like how they came out.
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8 viewsA Pelican sits off the bow in the sunset.
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8 viewsThe sun sets on our first day aboard the Angelique.
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7 viewsBjorn replaces the Pelican at the front of the ship.
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7 viewsWe arrived at Prince Phillip Steps in Genovesa and set out for a tour along the cliffs. Only half of us got a guide, though.
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7 viewsA sea lion lounging on the rocks.
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7 viewsA fur seal, much more difficult to find in the Galapagos (and impossible anywhere else).
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7 viewsA yellow-crowned night heron hanging in the shadows.
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7 viewsA red-footed booby on the lookout for redder feet.
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8 viewsThis is a red-footed booby chick. Their feet don't change colour until they're adults.
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10 viewsHow a catepillar this fat survives on an island covered in birds is beyond me.
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11 viewsThese birds have no fear of humanity whatsoever. At least not until they start talking to their mainland cousins.
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13 viewsA couple frigate birds hanging out on a lazy Tuesday afternoon.
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12 viewsA couple Nazca boobies look to the future.
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11 viewsThese two Nazca boobies are having a bit of a spat. Or makeout session.
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8 viewsWe were pretty lucky to spot this Short-eared owl, another Galapagos-only treat.
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8 viewsI think she was flirting! At least I hope it was a she...
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11 viewsLava cactus: one of the first plants that can break down volcanic rock into soil.
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11 viewsThis bird met an untimely end.
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