Santiago Island, The Galápagos

Santiago was originally named James Island, after King James II and was the second of the Galápagos islands to be visited by Charles Darwin. In Darwin’s accounts of this island in The Voyage of the Beagle he states that there were so many land iguanas that they had trouble finding a spot to pitch a tent… [click to read more]

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