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May 27, 2003
|The Galapagos islands support over 7,214 identified species. We identified about 50 or so.|
Last stop, Isla San Salvador, overlooking the most famous picture of the Galapagos - the pointy rock that looks like a fat missile.
|More yellowish in color than its mainland relatives, the Galapagos land iguana eats cacti - maybe that's why they have prickly dispositions. The Sally Lightfoot crab is crabby as well, but that's to be expected.|
Worship me you senseless masses!