"The Islands that Changed the World"26 September 2006Factual180 mins
There is little wonder why a humble group of Pacific islands - el archipielago de Colón – continue to capture the attention and fascination of so many, throughout the centuries of contemporary human history. The Galápagos islands, born of fire, shaped by the sea, and inhabited by the fortunate and the hapless, are truly a biological microcosm and a geologic phenomenon.
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Have you watched Galápagos yet? What did you think about it?