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How we rediscovered ‘extinct’ giant tortoises in the Galápagos Islands – and how to save them

The Galápagos Islands were colonised in the late 1800s. A combination of poaching by whalers and pirates, and introduced pests competing for food and eating eggs and hatchlings, led to tortoises being exterminated on some islands, and dramatically reduced on others. Leer más.

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