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The main dock in Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island in Galapagos in 1945. Today, the town bustles with nearly 20,000 people.

The geological, ecological and human histories of the Galapagos Islands are woven together in ways that have made the archipelago one of the most fascinating places on earth.

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