Underwater at the Galapagos Islands



The seas around the Galapagos teem with life. Although not a coral reef, the Humboldt current brings nutrient rich water to the volcanic rocks around the islands. In this photo, white-tip sharks, a spotted eagle ray, along with numerous fish including angel fish and parrot fish make up a typical underwater scene. Although not pictured, penguins, sea lions and marine iguanas are also commonly seen.  




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