The islands of the Galapagos, situated off the coast of Ecuador in South America, are home to some of the world’s most fascinating wildlife and are visited by thousand of tourists each year.
Safari Guide Galapagos contains photographs and descriptions of over 200 species you are likely to encounter on a trip to these remote islands. It is the only wildlife guide you will need.
Although perhaps best known for its Giant Tortoises, many other mammals, reptiles, coastal and marine life, birds, plants and invertebrates are also included.
In addition, there is information on the history of the islands, climate, conservation, the Galapagos National Park and the volcanism of the area.
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This series is designed to give everyone visiting far away places a pocket guide to the wildlife they might see
'Wildlife of the Galapagos'
• Covers over 200 commonly seen species including birds, mammals, reptiles, invertebrates, plants, and coastal and marine life
• Illustrated with over 250 colour photographs, maps and drawings
• Written by wildlife experts with extensive knowledge of the area
• Includes information on the history, climate, geology and conservation of the islands
• The most complete identification guide to the wildlife of the Galapagos
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Book Description Collins, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0002201372