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Recent Blog Post

Largest biomass of sharks in the Galapagos

Published 2016-05-17

The Galapagos Islands were made famous by Charles Darwin’s expeditions and explorations of the islands’ flora and fauna. Today, the terrestrial and marine ecosystems of these islands are still a source of inspiration and curiosity for scientists. Recently, scientists from the Charles Darwin Research Station and National Geographic reported that the Darwin and Wolf Islands of the Galapagos are home to the world’s largest biomass of sharks at 12.4 tons per hectare. This assessment puts the biomass of sharks in the Galapagos above that at Costa Rica’s Cocos Island National Park and the... (more)