Darwin's niche: the Galápagos Islands

It’s been a long ride, but we are back in England. As promised, The Discreet Traveler returns to our Galápagos adventures.
New name for the blog? Photo courtesy of T.This is the second place in the world we’ve stayed named after Charles Darwin (the first is the city in Australia’s Top End). We are on Avenue Charles Darwin, and there’s little doubt Darwin made the Galápagos famous. His observations on the species here, notably the various finches that occupy specific niches in the ecosystem, we...
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Published on March 23, 2019 03:55
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