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Search results for: Blue-footed-Booby

ECUADOR-TOURISM/
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October 16, 2016
A pair of blue-footed boobies are seen in Isabela Island at at Galapagos National Park, Ecuador, October...
Galapagos, Ecuador
A pair of blue-footed boobies are seen in Isabela Island at at Galapagos National Park
A pair of blue-footed boobies are seen in Isabela Island at at Galapagos National Park, Ecuador, October 11, 2016. Picture taken October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
ECUADOR-TOURISM/
RTX2P2E0
October 16, 2016
A pair of blue-footed boobies are seen in Isabela Island at at Galapagos National Park, Ecuador, October...
Cuzco, Brazil
A pair of blue-footed boobies are seen in Isabela Island at at Galapagos National Park
A pair of blue-footed boobies are seen in Isabela Island at at Galapagos National Park, Ecuador, October 11, 2016. Picture taken October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
ECUADOR/
RTXCWCT
March 18, 2009
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ANIMALS)...
Puerto La Cruz, Ecuador
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ANIMALS)
ECUADOR-ENGLAND/
RTXCWCD
March 18, 2009
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ANIMALS)...
Puerto La Cruz, Ecuador
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ANIMALS)
ECUADOR-ENGLAND/
RTXCWCC
March 18, 2009
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ANIMALS...
Puerto La Cruz, Ecuador
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymur Island
A blue-footed booby is seen on Seymour Island March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ANIMALS SOCIETY)
ECUADOR-ENGLAND/
RTXCWBU
March 18, 2009
Britain's Prince Charles (R) and a Galapagos National Park guide observe blue-footed boobies during his...
Puerto La Cruz, Ecuador
Britain's Prince Charles and a Galapagos National Park guide observe blue-footed boobies during his visit...
Britain's Prince Charles (R) and a Galapagos National Park guide observe blue-footed boobies during his visit to Seymour Island March 17, 2009. Prince Charles is in Ecuador on an official visit. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR ROYALS POLITICS)
ECUADOR-ENGLAND/
RTXCWBO
March 18, 2009
Britain's Prince Charles (L) and his wife Camilla (2nd L), Duchess of Cornwall, listen to Galapagos National...
Puerto La Cruz, Ecuador
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, listen to Galapagos National Park...
Britain's Prince Charles (L) and his wife Camilla (2nd L), Duchess of Cornwall, listen to Galapagos National Park guides talk about blue-footed boobies during their visit to Seymour Island March 17, 2009. Prince Charles and Camilla are in Ecuador on an official visit. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR POLITICS ROYALS)
ECUADOR-GALAPAGOS
RTR1P6AD
April 29, 2007
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands April 28, 2007, where British naturalist...
BALTRA, Ecuador
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands April 28, 2007, where British naturalist Charles Darwin conceived his theory of evolution. Growing tourism has conservationists worried over damage to the volcanic islands' unique ecosystem. Picture taken April 28, 2007. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR-GALAPAGOS/
RTR1P6AA
April 29, 2007
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands April 28, 2007, where British naturalist...
BALTRA, Ecuador
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands April 28, 2007, where British naturalist Charles Darwin conceived his theory of evolution. Growing tourism has conservationists worried over damage to the volcanic islands' unique ecosystem. Picture taken April 28, 2007. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR-GALAPAGOS/
RTR1P6A8
April 29, 2007
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands April 28, 2007, where British naturalist...
BALTRA, Ecuador
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands
A blue-footed boobie is perched on a rock on the Galapagos islands April 28, 2007, where British naturalist Charles Darwin conceived his theory of evolution. Growing tourism has conservationists worried over damage to the volcanic islands' unique ecosystem. Picture taken April 28, 2007. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
ENVIRONMENT GALAPAGOS
RTRFE6
September 07, 2001
A pair of blue-footed boobies stand near their nest in the Galapagos
Islands. A year after the Ecuadorean...
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador - Republic of
A PAIR OF BLUE FOOTED BOOBIES STAND NEAR THEIR NEST IN GALAPAGOS
ISLANDS.
A pair of blue-footed boobies stand near their nest in the Galapagos
Islands. A year after the Ecuadorean tanker Jessica foundered on rocks
near the eastern island of San Cristobal, the unique wildlife of the
islands remains unspoied. Picture taken September 7, 2001.
REUTERS/Daniel Flynn/FEATURE-ENVIRONMENT-GALAPAGOS

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GALAPAGOS NATURE
RTRDM01
January 28, 2001
A blue-footed boobie stands on a rock in San Cristobal Island, January 28, 2001. As efforts to clear...
multiple cities, Ecuador
A BLUE-FOOTED BOOBIE STANDS ON A ROCK IN SAN CRISTOBAL.
A blue-footed boobie stands on a rock in San Cristobal Island, January 28, 2001. As efforts to clear away the stricken, semi-submerged tanker to blame for fouling the archipelago's cristalline waters foundered, Galapagos National Park teams scoured the coastline armed with nets and cleaning materials. Luckily however myriad exotic species including iguanas, flightless cormorants, sea lions and the famous Galapagos giant tortoises, a mix that inspired 19th century naturalist Darwin to devise his theory of evolution, have largely escaped contamination.

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