Galapágos

Galapágos

The Islands That Changed the World

Book - 2006
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The Galapagos archipelago is made up of 13 main islands and more than 60 other islets, rocks and reefs, scattered over 400 kilometres of open ocean. This work provides an insight into an incredible landscape, a natural laboratory and an exquisite evolutionary habitat that Darwin described as a 'world within itself'."
Publisher: London : 2006
ISBN: 9780563493563
0563493569
Branch Call Number: ANF 918.665 STEW
Characteristics: 240 p. : ill. ; 25cm

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naturalist
Apr 27, 2015

Look for . . . “The Beak Of The Finch : a Story of Evolution In Our Time” . . . by . . Jonathan Weiner . . . .
published by . . Knopf Doubleday Publishing 1995, ISBN - 10: 067973337X . . ISBN - 13: 9780679733379
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize
JONATHAN WEINER ("Evolution in Action," page 47) began
Peter and Rosemary Grant observe evolution firsthand in finch populations in the Galapagos.

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uncommonreader
Oct 02, 2014

This book is based on a BBC series and is a good, readable overview of the Galapagos.

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