Six hundred miles west of the coast of Ecuador, Bartolomé Island is part of the Galapagos Island chain, where one of the most revolutionary scientific theories was developed. Patricia L. Lawrence joins a naturalist guide to explore the unique wildlife and ecosystem that helped spawn the theory of evolution. Listeners will not only enjoy a fascinating lesson on the island's unique geological features and inhabitants, they will also learn about the marine iguanas on James Island, whose unique adaptations best exemplify the evolutionary theory based on island hopping.
Audio Journeys follows in the footsteps of Charles Darwin. Six hundred miles west of the coast of Equador, in the Galapagos Island chain, we explore Bartholomew Island. Its highest point is only 370 feet above sea level.
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