The archipelago of the Galapagos Islands is a network of ecosystems that are abundant in species diversity. Made famous from the publication The Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin, the Galapagos Islands was first declared a national park by Ecuador in 1959. The Galapagos Islands now have one of the largest marine reserves in the world. NatureFootage offers a diverse collection of marine and terrestrial species from the Galapagos, including exclusive content available in 4K+ resolution.
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