Galapagos Wildlife: 15 Iconic Species

Below is our guide to the 15 iconic Galapagos Wildlife Species.

Jump To: American Flamingo | Blue-Footed Booby | Flightless Cormorant | Frigatebirds: Great and Magnificent | Galapagos Fur Seal | Galapagos Giant Tortoise | Galapagos Hawk | Galapagos Penguin | Galapagos Sea Lion | Land Iguana | Marine Iguana | Nazca Booby | Red-Footed Booby | Santa Fe Land Iguana | Waved Albatross

American Flamingo

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Blue-Footed Booby

Blue-footed boobies are arguably the most iconic birds of the Galapagos Islands. And while they can be found along the western coasts of Central and South America, the Galapagos population accounts for around half the world’s breeding pairs, with the largest colonies on Española Island and North Seymour Island…

Flightless Cormorant

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Frigatebirds: Great and Magnificent

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Galapagos Fur Seal

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Galapagos Giant Tortoise

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Galapagos Hawk

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Galapagos Penguin

Life isn’t always easy for the Galapagos penguin (Spheniscus mendiculus). Measuring just 19 inches in length, it is the second smallest penguin species in the world, after the appropriately named little penguin. Being so small, it has a number of predators. In the sea, it is prey for sharks, fur seals and sea lions…

Galapagos Sea Lion

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Land Iguana

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Marine Iguana

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Nazca Booby

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Red-Footed Booby

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Santa Fe Land Iguana

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Waved Albatross

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