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27 photos that will transport you to the Galápagos Islands | The Planet D Adventure Travel Blog | The Galapagos Islands are often referred to as a living museum and once you witness the photos... you will understand why

27 photos that will transport you to the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are often referred to as a living museum and once you witness the photos below, you'll understand why.

A mint and teal colored chameleon lizard. #teal #mint #reptiles

Amazing bugs, reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz. From jumping spiders to colourful chameleons, Igor's pictures encourage his audience to look a little deeper: A Chamaeleo Calyptratus (Veiled Chameleon, female)

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Join Action Scuba for the scuba diving trip of a lifetime in the Galapagos. We'll cruise around these islands diving with whale sharks, hammerheads, seals and more.

Orange Crabs in the Galapagos Islands (© Gary Cralle/The Image Bank/Getty Images)

Ecuador: Orange Crabs, Galapagos Islands (© Gary Cralle/The Image Bank/Getty Images)

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Funny pictures about Religious goat. Oh, and cool pics about Religious goat. Also, Religious goat photos.

Discover the wildlife in the Galapagos.  This HAS to be at the top of my list...I've always been fascinated with the Galapagos Islands!

Penguins also come visit the Galapagos! Discover the wildlife in the Galapagos.I've always been fascinated with the Galapagos Islands!

IMG_6613 | by Joaquin Gutierrez Fernandez

Every sea turtle has markings as distinct as fingerprints on their shells ~ Sea Turtle by Joaquin Gutierrez Fernandez

Leatherback Sea Turtle

Leatherback Turtle: The largest living reptiles on Earth. The only sea turtle that lacks a hard bony shell. They get most of their food from coastal waters and primarily eat jelly fish. They are endangered. save the turtles!