Strange reptiles clamber over the sterile flanks of a volcano in the Pacific in the Galapagos. Some like, Giant Tortoises graze, while others like Marine Iguanas find food in the sea.The sea is rich unlike the land and birds of all sorts, like Galapagos Penguins & Brown Pelicans, gather to feast on schools of anchovy. Life on the land is hard for those tied to it like Darwin's finches but the many species of these finches have developed extraordinary strategies to survive. Some egg-roll, others use tools to probe for grubs, while the Vampire Finches suck the blood of seabirds. An Australian Broadcasting Corporation Production in co-production with National Geographic Television, BBC Television & in association with Telcast International GmbH.