Emily Dorst
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The many species unique to the Galapagos Islands were made famous by Charles Darwin’s voyage to the islands in 1835. Animals native to the Galapagos include sea lions, tortoises, the Galapagos land iguana and marine iguana, the frigate bird, the blue-footed booby, and several species of mockingbirds and tanagers. There are dozens of these species, some of which are unique to just one island in the archipelago.

Spotted Eagle Ray ~ One of the largest Eagle Rays, it sometimes exceeds 10 feet in width and can weigh 400 to 500 pounds. Found in the tropical zones of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans.

Jellyfish / Berenice, Red Sea, Egypt A most outstanding location to dive! Walls of corals and clear waters!

sixpenceee: “ Crown jellyfishes are the six families of true jellyfish that belong to the order Coronatae. They are distinguished from other jellyfish by the presence of a deep groove running around.