Galapagos

Lonesome George, photo by Flickr user Scott Ableman.

Lonesome George – Extinction is Forever

The Pinta Island tortoise (Chelonoidis nigra abingdoni) is gone, forever. Lonesome George, a sad sentinel for his subspecies and a symbol of the destruction of species caused by humankind, died …

Blue-footed booby mating dance, Galapagos Islands

Photo of the Day: Footloose

Wild Behavior Blue-footed boobies aren’t the only seabirds with a unique way to snag a mate. Check out some other curious courtship rituals >>   This Photo of the Day …

Wildlife Vampires – Part 3

Wildlife Vampires Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 Oxpeckers and Vampire Finches There are several bird species that form symbiotic relationships with larger animals. …

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