Galapagos : A Natural History Guide

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Since its creation in 1968, the Galapagos National Park has been considered by UNESCO as one of the jewels of the planet. Long regarded as a mysterious and desolate archipelago, this wildlife paradise is a true showcase of evolution in action. In recent years, the newly developed Marine Reserve fulfills the ultimate purpose of the National Park Service - of protection and conservation of the region, following decades of abuse by illegal fishing. This guide describes the rich human history, the geology and origin of the islands, the 'El Nino' phenomenon, the amazing natural history, villages and visitors' sites, and provides insights into the regions' fascinating residents - seabirds, endemic land birds, prehistoric reptiles, playful sea lions and the incomparably enchanting underwater world. The author's skillful photography is a spectacular.

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  • Paperback | 316 pages
  • 152 x 208 x 22mm | 639.58g
  • Odyssey Publications,Hong Kong
  • Sheung WanHong Kong
  • English
  • New edition
  • 7th New edition
  • 180 colour photographs, 71 maps
  • 9622177662
  • 9789622177666
  • 327,475

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"...For cruisers (or other package tourers), this is, by far, the best Galapagos guide on the market. Photos are tantalizing as well as truly informative; nature info is detailed enough for a botany text..." - New York Daily News - "...Everyone's bible to the Enchanted Islands..." - Galapagos guides' talk - "

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About Pierre Constant

Pierre Constant is a French born naturalist who studied at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie-Paris VI, where he did a Master's in Geology. A leading expert on the Galapagos, he is the author of 'Archipel des Galapagos' and has published over 95 articles worldwide in a range of travel, science and diving magazines.

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