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When you symbolically adopt a Galapagos marine iguana, blue-footed booby, giant tortoise or sea lion, all proceeds go towards ongoing, vital conservation efforts in the Islands. And they make a great gift!
When a female tortoise was found on Fernandina in February, it marked the first time a tortoise had been seen there since 1906. Now a search is being planned to find out if there are more tortoises on the island.
Not sure how to reduce your environmental footprint in Galapagos? Our Travel section includes resources on responsible tour providers, visitor rules from the Galapagos National Park and more!