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Isso é que é vida...Não paga imposto...rsrs
Thank you! It was amazing!
Awesome photos :)
Happy Birthday !!
This is just... Magnificent congrats Isabela!
Now that looks relaxing. Congrats!
Wooow ! what a nice species !
Awesome spotting, congrats!
I wish I'd go there!
Wow! Way to go. Prehistoric looking or what?
Congratulations Isabela on this wonderful SotD !
Godzilla's Baby. WOW! Very cool indeed. Or the Loch Ness Monster. I do believe! I do! HA! Congratulations on SOTD!
Congratulations Isabela - what a fascinating animal.
Isabela i'am happy,great capture,fantastic animal,congrats on such a important SOTD :-) and thanks for sharing
Congratulations Isabela !
Thank you so much for having chosen this photo to mark Darwin's birth.
Congrats isabela, To mark the 204th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth, we are featuring your Galapagos marine iguana as spotting of the day. Darwin wrote of them in his Beagle Diary. “The black Lava rocks on the beach are frequented by large disgusting clumsy Lizards. They are as black as the porous rocks over which they crawl and seek their prey from the Sea. I call them 'imps of darkness’.” But he also saw evidence of his then-developing theory of evolution in the iguanas, writing, “They assuredly well become the land they inhabit.”https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/3...
Thank you Andrew.
Lat: -0.82, Long: -91.10
Spotted on Apr 6, 2007 Submitted on Aug 26, 2010
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