Galapagos: Beyond Darwin

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Galapagos: Beyond Darwin gives a scientific look at the photo and marine and terrestrial life of the Galapagos Islands.

The inspiration behind Charles Darwin bold theories of evolution, the Galapagos Islands may be more challenging than originally expected Darwin. Explore the fascinating world of the Galapagos Islands that Charles Darwin could not study during his visit in 1835.

Using underwater sequences and the state of the art scientific equipment, wonder and new discoveries are made on the marine and terrestrial life.

Post in a state of the art submersible dive to 3,000 meters below the surface as the first ever deep-diving expedition to the Galapagos probes the depths, where the camera has gone before.

Charles Darwin’s historic voyage to the islands forever changed our world view, however, only scratched the surface.

Beneath the waves, an extraordinary variety of creatures continue to evolve without being disturbed by human settlements.

Share the discovery of the species of more than two dozen new creatures never before seen and capture even the name! Being part of the expedition scientists are going to write about – and you read about – for years.

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