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Marine Life - Galápagos

The Galápagos Islands are an amazing place for exploring underwater habitats. Due to the collision of warm and cool ocean currents, there is an astounding diversity and abundance of Galápagos fish species. That does not mean, however, that mastering marine creature identification is impossible.

The following pages are an introductory guide to the most common shore animals, cartilaginous fish (sharks and rays), and bony fish that can be seen when snorkeling.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to The Galápagos Islands: Galápagos Wildlife Guide, Red-Footed Booby, Gardner Bay/Tortuga Rock Visitor Site, Galápagos Ecotourism and Management, Galápagos Adventure Tours, Galapágos Penguin, The Waved Albatross, Green Sea Turtle, The Galapagos Snake and White-Tail Damselfish.








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