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The Chinese fishing fleet is just one of the threats to the Galapagos Islands, a UNESCO world heritage site.

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Huge fleet of 300 Chinese fishing boats is 'raping' Galapagos Islands' waters

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Huge fleet of 300 Chinese fishing boats is 'raping' Galapagos Islands' waters, officials say

Huge fleet of 300 Chinese fishing boats is 'raping' Galapagos Islands' waters

Huge fleet of 300 Chinese fishing boats is 'raping' Galapagos Islands' waters, officials say

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made tourism plummet at the Galapagos. It’s laid bare the vulnerability of an economy that's 90% tourism and highlighted the extraordinary beauty and remoteness of the islands. But it’s also brought a new threat to the islands.

A Galapagos giant tortoise estimated to be about 130 years old is returning home after having so much sex that he saved his species.

#Ecuador has sounded the alarm about a huge fishing fleet of mostly Chinese-flagged vessels near the #Gal ápagos Islands protection zone. “This fleet’s size & aggressiveness against marine species is a big threat to the balance of species in the Galápagos.”

A Galapagos marine iguana and lava lizard bask in the sun on Fernandina Island in this charming image captured by Carla Rhodes

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This is the moment a crane tipped over and smashed into a barge off the Galápagos Islands, spilling 600 gallons of diesel and prompting an emergency cleanup in one of the world’s most revered natural destinations. Read more:

Divers in the Galápagos caught an up-close look at the iconic marine iguana

If We Don’t Protect Endangered Species, Our Kids Will Inherit A World Where A Silverback Gorilla Riding A White Rhino Into Battle Against A Polar Bear Using A Galápagos Tortoise As A Shield Is Not Possible

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A volcano in the Galapagos has woken back up for the first time since 2009: @eruptionsblog 

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This Galapagos tortoise that died in 2006 at Steve Irwin's zoo was originally owned by Charles Darwin in 1835.

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