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Diver and Schooling Fish, Galapagos Islands Diver and Schooling Fish, Galapagos Islands Black coral and diver, Isla Champion Diver and Schooling Fish, Galapagos Islands Galapagos penguins, Spheniscus mendiculus, Bartolome Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Nazca booby, Sula granti, Wolf Island Brown pelican, Pelecanus occidentalis, North Seymour Island Flightless cormorant, head and neck profile.  In the absence of predators and thus not needing to fly, the flightless cormorants wings have degenerated to the point that it has lost the ability to fly, however it can swim superbly and is a capable underwater hunter.  Punta Albemarle, Nannopterum harrisi, Phalacrocorax harrisi, Isabella Island Flightless cormorant perched on volcanic coastline.  In the absence of predators and thus not needing to fly, the flightless cormorants wings have degenerated to the point that it has lost the ability to fly, however it can swim superbly and is a capable underwater hunter.  Punta Albemarle, Nannopterum harrisi, Phalacrocorax harrisi, Isabella Island Swallow-tailed gull, mating, male on top, female just visible below, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Swallow-tailed gull, Creagrus furcata, Wolf Island Sally lightfoot crab on barnacles, Grapsus grapsus, North Seymour Island Darwin Island, with Darwins Arch on the right.  Darwin Island is the northernmost of the Galapagos Islands and is home to enormous numbers of seabirds Darwin Island, the northernmost of the Galapagos Islands, hosts sheer seacliffs rising above the ocean that are home to tens of thousands of seabirds 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 Blue-footed booby adult and chick, Sula nebouxii, North Seymour Island Booby in flight, motion blur, Darwin 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 Magnificent frigatebird, adult female on nest, Fregata magnificens, North Seymour Island Marine iguana, underwater, forages for green algae that grows on the lava reef, Amblyrhynchus cristatus, Bartolome 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 Barberfish schooling, Johnrandallia nigrirostris, Darwin Island Unidentified snapper, Lutjanus, Darwin Island Barberfish schooling, Johnrandallia nigrirostris, North Seymour Island Yellowtail grunt, aka burrito grunt, Anisotremus interruptus, North Seymour Island Yellowtail grunt, aka burrito grunt, Anisotremus interruptus, North Seymour Island Yellowtail surgeonfish, motion blur, Prionurus laticlavius, Cousins Sea Turtle, underwater, black and white, Wolf Island Sea Turtle, underwater, black and white, Wolf Island Turtle, Wolf Island Turtle, Black and white / grainy, Bartolome Island Yellowtail surgeonfish, Prionurus laticlavius, Cousins Galapagos sea lion, Zalophus californianus wollebacki, Zalophus californianus wollebaeki, Cousins Unidentified fish, likely Epinephelus genus, Epinephelus, Cousins Bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, Wolf Island Striped sea chub, schooling, Kyphosus analogous, Wolf Island Unidentified sea urchin, North Seymour Island Pacific creolefish form immense schools and are a source of food for predatory fishes, Paranthias colonus, Darwin Island A SCUBA diver is immersed in an enormous school of Pacific creolefish, black and white / grainy, Paranthias colonus, Darwin Island Black coral.  The fan is five feet in diameter and the color of the live coral is more yellow-green than black, Antipathidae, North Seymour Island Encrusting sponges cover the lava reef, Cousins Galapagos tortoise, Santa Cruz Island species, highlands of Santa Cruz island, Geochelone nigra Galapagos tortoise, Santa Cruz Island species, highlands of Santa Cruz island, Geochelone nigra Gordon Rocks, a spectacular dive site near South Plaza Island Galapagos fur seal, Arctocephalus galapagoensis, James Island

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