Isabela is the place of “Wolf” – the highest volcano in the Galapagos Islands. It offers natural sparkling lakes with stunning sapphires lying on the caldera, Crimson red volcanic objects lined with undulating ground.
Although not far from the equator but due to the influence of the cold air flow from Peru, Isabela’s climate is not suitable for tropical rainforest growth, cactus and scrub forests scattered across coastal areas , the tall trees mostly grow on high slopes, beneath the canopy as the land of plants they decide. The environment is suitable for both tropical and tropical animals such as sea lions, sea newspapers, otter, pigeon, Sea, Penguin, trigger-fire… Living.
Surely, the species is inspired by tourists who are the Finch. They are descended from South America’s randomly-flying birds, which find the proper environment and evolved into 13 different species in terms of shape, body size, beak, fur color, cries and live practice. The difference in the beak is the most obvious proof of genetic adaptation. The beak of some species has a very characteristic shape as the cacti feeding on a long and pointed beak, and the bird eats insects with a nipple shaped beak. The woodpecker is not only a dedicated mine but also a very complex lure, including the use of cactus spikes to catch larvae in deep slots.
The most famous on the island when tourists come here without a visit is a giant sea turtle. Their number is up to thousands, the stem is longer than 1m, the average life expectancy is about 400 years, the adults weigh about 180kg, the greatest weight can reach 250kg. The same species can be found in different islands, so it has a distinct appearance. They are very gentle, prefer to live in the coastal grass, primarily feeding on cactus.
In addition, Isabale Island attracts the world’s attention thanks to the famous the popular Iguana reptiles (or the sea Iguana). This is a unique dynamic that can live both on land and under the sea. Terrestrial living species longer than 1m; Underwater species have a greater amount, the size is also larger than terrestrial species, with a very long tail, the shape of which is very similar to dinosaurs. The ancestor of this giant lizard inhabiths the middle birth. The sea Iguana can dive beneath the sea looking for food, the adult offspring must pass a long way up the crater to spawn. The only sea iguana in the world can move beneath the sea, feeding on seaweed and adaptation to sea life thanks to its growing foot membrane. The island has seven species of sea iguana and each has different features.
Two other rare aquatic animals were discovered in the vicinity of the island of Isabela, the Galapagos seals – the only tropical fauna of Antarctica, which liked the night activity and the Galapagos sea lion that preferred daytime operations.
This place is truly a rare, wholesome land in the world. All animals on the island are not afraid of humans and don’t have fierce carnivorous predators. Here, you will feel the excitement that you have never experienced before being with the wild animals staring at each other. Today, Isabela (and the Galapagos Islands) have become national parks, listed as a World Natural Heritage list, and are particularly respected by the Ecuadorian government. The number of visitors to this is strictly monitored to ensure that the ecological environment on the island is not destroyed. The world’s magic roof should be protected.