On September 15, 1835, Charles Darwin landed at the galapagos islands.
Of the other reptilia should be noted two species of lizard of a genus (Amblyrhynchus) confined to the galapagos islands.
In a few days time the "Beagle" will sail for the galapagos islands.
These modern saurians live in great numbers on the shores of the galapagos islands off the coast of Chile.
Worse than all, when they reached the galapagos islands they could find no water there.
I captured it upon the beach of one of the galapagos islands, where it had just succeeded in laying an egg.
We had 1000 Negroes, all lusty young men and women, and we had 200 tons of flour stored up at the galapagos islands.
Darwin anticipated with intense pleasure his visit to the galapagos islands.
But one of immense size, imported from the galapagos islands to England, was actually afraid of rain.
The only quadrupeds are rats, and some huge land tortoises, similar to those of the galapagos islands.
Note: The islands are known for their tortoises, penguins, marine iguanas, and other unusual animals.
Note: Charles Darwin visited these islands and gathered evidence that supported his theory of natural selection.