Watch Lonesome George in his Galapagos habitat. George was the only one left of his species until he passed away in June of 2012. With his death, the Pinta Island tortoise subspecies has become extinct...…+ More details
Watch the Galapagos Tortoise, also known as the Giant Saddle Backed Tortoise in its Galapagos Islands habitat. Learn more at - https://www.quasarex.com/galapagos/animals/giant-tortoises+ More details
Isabela Island is known for being the largest island is the archipelago in the Galapagos Islands. This Island is formed by 5 relatively young volcanoes and one, which is very eroded, called Ecuador…+ More details
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Giant Tortoises, also know as Galapagos tortoises, are mainly found in the highlands of Islands like Santa Cruz, San Cristobal, Isabela, San Cristobal and Española. However, giant tortoise are also often seen on lower elevations during the warm / wet season. Giant tortoises are endemic to Galapagos with 14 subspecies recorded around the archipelago. Their total population is estimated to a number of 15,000.
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