Tag Archives: Galapagos

Perspectives in Galapagos Islands conservation vary greatly, practical matters often outweigh elegant solutions. For many, it is just the way of the world-the Galapagos National […]

Top Family-Friendly Vacation Ideas Are you looking for the best family-friendly vacation ideas, with opportunities to give your kids a new look on life and […]

The Island of Santa Cruz is home to a now-famous Galapagos tortoise, Diego, who’s making waves around the internet for saving his species. The 100 […]

HAMMERHEAD SHARK FACTS Scientific name: Sphyrnidae (Sphyrna mokarran – Great Hammerhead) Conservation Status: Endangered Lifespan: 20-30 years Mass: Up to 450 kg (1000 lbs) Length: […]

MANTA RAY FACTS Scientific name: Manta Mass: Giant oceanic manta ray: 1,600 kg Conservation Status: Vulnerable Lifespan: Up to 50 years Length: 5.5 – 7 […]

Finding Microplastics in the Earth’s Farthest Reaches April 02, 2015 By Emily Stifler Wolfe, Adventurers & Scientists for Conservation Just as Iceland faded from view, […]