Read more about the article Critically-Endangered Birds Laying Eggs On Galapagos
A mangrove finch (Camarhynchus heliobates) in an undated photo. The bird is a part of the efforts for conservation of the mangrove finch in Puerto Ayora, Ecuador. ( Charles Darwin Foundation /Newsflash)

Critically-Endangered Birds Laying Eggs On Galapagos

These critically-endangered birds are making a comeback in the Galapagos Islands. Experts from the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) and the Galapagos National Park Directorate who formed part of The Mangrove Finch Project camped out in a remote region of Isabela Island for nine weeks to carry out annual conservation efforts.…

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Read more about the article Flamingoes Return To Galapagos Island After 20-Year Gap
Flamingos have been seen making the nests in Isla Rabida, in Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, July 2022. (Marvi Cordoba-PNG/Newsflash)

Flamingoes Return To Galapagos Island After 20-Year Gap

Flamingoes have returned to a Galapagos island 20 years after an invasion of rats forced them out. The return is the fruit of 12 years of painstaking efforts to eradicate rats and other invasive species from the Pacific archipelago. Experts have now recorded two nests of flamingoes on the shore…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Extract 30 Titanosaur Dinosaur Eggs From Huge Block Of Rock And Expect To Find 70 More
The first extracted titanosaur sauropod dinosaur egg near Huesca in northern Spain. (Universidad de Zaragoza/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Extract 30 Titanosaur Dinosaur Eggs From Huge Block Of Rock And Expect To Find 70 More

Archaeologists have extracted 30 titanosaur dinosaur eggs found in a two-tonne block of rock in northern Spain and believe there could be as many as 70 more deeper inside the boulder. The titanosaur eggs, long-necked sauropods that lived until the extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous period, were…

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Read more about the article Millions Of Turtle Eggs Destroyed By Tropical Storm
The destroyed eggs

Millions Of Turtle Eggs Destroyed By Tropical Storm

Millions of vulnerable sea turtle eggs pictured here have been destroyed on Mexican beach sanctuaries as a tropical storm hits the country. The nests of the olive ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) were destroyed by the tropical storm Narda on the beaches of Oaxaca, southwestern Mexico and it is reported…

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