Galápagos Islands (Ecuador)
The Galápagos Islands, part of the Republic of Ecuador, are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed on either side of the equator in the Pacific Ocean surrounding the centre of the Western Hemisphere. Located 906 km (563 mi) west of continental Ecuador, the islands are known for their large number of endemic species that were studied by Charles Darwin during the second voyage of HMS Beagle. His observations and collections contributed to the inception of Darwin's theory of evolution by means of natural selection. The Galápagos Islands and their surrounding waters form the Galápagos Province of Ecuador, the Galápagos National Park, and the Galápagos Marine Reserve. The principal language on the islands is Spanish. The islands have a population of slightly over 25,000.
Examples of what you can find in YouTube:
A dream destination the Galapagos Islands (2019)
Galapagos Island Hopping - Hammerheads, Sea Lions + More! (2020)
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS // - Exploring outer remote islands, sea lions, and bait balls (2019)
Ecuador and Galapagos Islands - 17 days trip in 17 minutes - Travel, Climbing, Diving and Drone (2020)
Cruising Galapagos, Ecuador in 4K (2015)
Galapagos Islands by drone - 4K Ultra HD (2017)
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