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List animal_famiily's Instagram Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean and graze on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation  @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark 1564927270594110964_5749632956

Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean and graze on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark

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Great shot by @thomaspeschak! #regram @natgeo  Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #freediving #travel #ecoturism #ecuador #southamerica #galapagos #godzilla #instagood #explore #love #ocean #thetravelingbeardclub 1561696972909767144_4647860046

Reposting @pelayosalinas: Great shot by @thomaspeschak! #regram@natgeo Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #freediving #travel #ecoturism #ecuador #southamerica #galapagos #godzilla #instagood #explore #love #ocean #thetravelingbeardclub

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List thomaspeschak's Instagram Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark @fonassociation  @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @natgeocreative 1560900637957069502_217639792

Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark@fonassociation @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @natgeocreative

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List pelayosalinas's Instagram Great shot by @thomaspeschak! #regram @natgeo  Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #freediving #travel #ecoturism #ecuador #southamerica #galapagos #godzilla #instagood #explore #love #ocean 1560203682942001061_1388056163

Great shot by @thomaspeschak! #regram@natgeo Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #freediving #travel #ecoturism #ecuador #southamerica #galapagos #godzilla #instagood #explore #love #ocean

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1560109482984667628_3895301872

#dinner#repost@natgeo ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559986230307850664_1205016583

#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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List thouts_36's Instagram @Regrann from @natgeo -  Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas - #regrann 1559889144225057438_4343740686

@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas - #regrann

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559779125073636588_5659717897

Did you know iguanas could swim?? I definitely didn't. #repost@natgeo ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559736289577623419_196216995

#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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List surajsharmaraj's Instagram Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559639709292959717_5631924200

Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559598693103817081_367914081

Visita a las especies únicas de las Galápagos. 🇪🇨 #AllYouNeedIsEcuador #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559549082128361485_5692561411

#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559522052767424124_48883667

#repost@natgeo ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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List nfocard's Instagram Fotografía por @thomaspeschak Iguanas marinas pueden bucear a profundidades de más de 30 pies (10m) y mantener la respiración durante más de 30 minutos. Estos reptiles icónicos sólo son capaces de pasar unas horas al día en el océano pastoreo de algas para el sustento. En las Galápagos occidentales el agua es simplemente demasiado fría para excursiones submarinas más largas por un reptil de sangre fría. Para más fotos de estos miradores de Godzilla que van al océano por favor #followme @thomaspeschak Disparo en la asignación de la revista @natgeo para la historia de junio de 2017 sobre el cambio climático y las Islas Galápagos. @natgeocreative En colaboración con @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas ™ @ natgeo #nfocard 1559497125716783057_5739513897

Fotografía por @thomaspeschak Iguanas marinas pueden bucear a profundidades de más de 30 pies (10m) y mantener la respiración durante más de 30 minutos. Estos reptiles icónicos sólo son capaces de pasar unas horas al día en el océano pastoreo de algas para el sustento. En las Galápagos occidentales el agua es simplemente demasiado fría para excursiones submarinas más largas por un reptil de sangre fría. Para más fotos de estos miradores de Godzilla que van al océano por favor #followme@thomaspeschak Disparo en la asignación de la revista @natgeo para la historia de junio de 2017 sobre el cambio climático y las Islas Galápagos. @natgeocreative En colaboración con @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas ™ @ natgeo #nfocard

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559496015659195557_4278586538

💙💙💙💙💙💙💙 regram @natgeo Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559492917219254872_2046094305

#repost@natgeo with @instatoolsapp ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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List natgeo's Instagram Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas 1559492213229890810_787132

Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme@thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark@pelayosalinas

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A Galápagos sea lion curiously interacts with marine scientists from the @darwinfound and @saveourseasfoundation. Taking a break from surveying  shark populations around Wolf and Darwin Island, they explore a large cavern frequented by seals and green turtles. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine in the Galápagos. In collaboration with @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark 1556687452467163635_494433377

Photo: Thomas P. Peschak @thomaspeschak ・・・ A Galápagos sea lion curiously interacts with marine scientists from the @darwinfound and @saveourseasfoundation. Taking a break from surveying shark populations around Wolf and Darwin Island, they explore a large cavern frequented by seals and green turtles. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine in the Galápagos. In collaboration with @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark

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List globego's Instagram @Regrann from @natgeo -  Photograph by @thomaspeschak Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark @fonassociation  @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation - #regrann 1555230397838511963_5704481593

@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by @thomaspeschak Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark@fonassociation @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation - #regrann

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark @fonassociation  @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation 1547865031421225801_491753504

🦅🔝 #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark@fonassociation @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation

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