Galapagos news can be hard to find in your local newspaper (unless you live in the Galapagos Islands, of course).
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This Galapagos information page feature the major stories that Google News and Yahoo News pulls together about the Galapagos Islands from important news sources around the world. You can also search for any local news about Galapagos (at the bottom of this page).
Here are the major Galapagos articles as gathered by Google from more than 4000 news resources from around the world...
And now with Yahoo news, pulled together from a wide variety of trusted and credible Internet news sources, including New York Times, Washington Post and Reuters...
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The Galapagos Islands belong to the country of Ecuador in South America and are located in the Pacific Ocean 600 miles west of the coast of this country.
The Galapagos consist of 13 major Islands and 6 smaller ones with more than 40 small islets sprinkled all around the region.
The total area of this Archipelago is of around 5,000 square miles. The "biggest Island" is Isabela with an area of more than 1,700 square miles.
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