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<br /> GALAPAGOS<br /> DARWIN’S ENCHANTED ISLANDS<br /> 600 miles west of mainland South America lay<br /> the Galapagos Islands. Over the course of millions<br /> of years, myriad plants and animals, set adrift<br /> from far-off lands, randomly swept ashore on the<br /> newborn islands. These auspicious castaways of<br /> nature, now thoroughly isolated from the world at<br /> large, evolved into what is the Earth’s most unique<br /> and exotic wildlife realm. 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