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The Galapagos, a Natural History

by Henry Nicholls

The Galapagos, a Natural History
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The extraordinary islands that gave the world Darwin's theory of evolution are famous throughout the world. A recognition that brings with it 170,000 tourists a year and widespread development, as well as bitter clashes between environmentalists and local inhabitants. More than ever we must be alert to the significance of this unique location, because what happens here foreshadows the fate of threatened ecosysyems everywhere on earth.


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