What is the Galápagos archipelago?
The Galápagos Island chain are a territory from the nation of Ecuador and are found in the middle of the Pacific some 605 mls (1,000 kms) westbound of the north tip of South America. The Island chain surfaced out of the base of the ocean in the shape of astounding flowing lava explosions. Altogether, the island chain is made up of nineteen isles and a number of islets and ocean formations that are sprinkled over a large national park of 17,000 square mls (45,000 square km) of oceanic territory. Due to a non existance of local predators, animals in the Islands possess no concern of people, keeping the archipelago amongst the planet's ultimate treasures and an really awesome haven to go to.
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