September 25, 2013

In Focus: A Trip to the Galapagos Islands

Google Maps’ Street View team recently traveled to several locations in the Galapagos Islands, snapping panoramic views as they went. Using backpack-mounted cameras and underwater gear, they documented the unique diversity of the archipelago that helped inspire Darwin’s theory of evolution. The government of Ecuador established the Galapagos National Park in 1959, setting aside 97% of the islands’ land area for preservation. Collected here are images from Google’s team as well as from other photographers, taking you on a virtual visit to these amazing islands.

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