Stock Photos of Wolf Island


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Galapagos shark swims over a reef in the Galapagos Islands, with schooling fish in the distance, Carcharhinus galapagensis, Wolf Island Scalloped hammerhead shark swims over a reef in the Galapagos Islands.  The hammerheads eyes and other sensor organs are placed far apart on its wide head to give the shark greater ability to sense the location of prey, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Hammerhead sharks swim in a school underwater at Wolf Island in the Galapagos archipelago.  The hammerheads eyes and other sensor organs are placed far apart on its wide head to give the shark greater ability to sense the location of prey, Sphyrna lewini Nazca booby in flight, Sula granti, Wolf Island Coral hawkfish, Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus, Wolf Island Stone scorpionfish, Scorpaena mystes, Wolf Island Hammerhead sharks, schooling, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Spotted eagle rays, Aetobatus narinari, Wolf Island Hammerhead sharks, schooling, black and white / grainy, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Scalloped hammerhead shark, black and white / grainy, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, mating, male on top, female just visible below, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Wolf Island, with a liveaboard tour boat below sheer seacliffs, is the largest of the islands in the distant northern island group of the Galapagos archipelago, is home to hundreds of thousands of seabirds.  Vast schools of sharks and fish inhabit the waters surrounding Wolf Island Wolf Island is the largest of the islands in the distant northern island group of the Galapagos archipelago, is home to hundreds of thousands of seabirds.  Vast schools of sharks and fish inhabit the waters surrounding Wolf Island Brown pelican, waves, rocks and cliffs, sunset, Pelecanus occidentalis, Wolf Island Great frigatebird, adult male, in flight, carrying twig for nest building, green iridescence of scapular feathers identifying species.  Wolf Island, Fregata minor Galapagos shark, Carcharhinus galapagensis, Wolf Island Scalloped hammerhead shark, black and white / grainy, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, Wolf Island Spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari, Wolf Island Sea Turtle, underwater, black and white, Wolf Island Sea Turtle, underwater, black and white, Wolf Island Turtle, Wolf Island Bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, Wolf Island Striped sea chub, schooling, Kyphosus analogous, Wolf Island Coral hawkfish, Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus, Wolf Island Stone scorpionfish eye, Scorpaena mystes, Wolf Island Nazca booby in flight, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby in flight, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby in flight, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull chick, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, mating, male on top, female just visible below, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull chick, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, mating, male on top, female just visible below, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Wolf Island is the largest of the islands in the distant northern island group of the Galapagos archipelago, is home to hundreds of thousands of seabirds.  Vast schools of sharks and fish inhabit the waters surrounding Wolf Island Wolf Island is the largest of the islands in the distant northern island group of the Galapagos archipelago, is home to hundreds of thousands of seabirds.  Vast schools of sharks and fish inhabit the waters surrounding Wolf Island   more ...

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