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More than half of all plant species in Galapagos were brought there for cultivation, but many now threaten native species. Find out how scientists are working to manage the most invasive plants.
Last December, a team of scientists found baby tortoise hatchlings on Pinzón Island for the first time in 100 years, thanks to a successful black rat eradication program. Read this popular story.
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