- From Spanish galápago. (Wiktionary)
“Moving south, he operated with little success between the coast of Peru and the Galápagos Islands until October 1, when he received orders from Berlin to rendezvous with Dresden.”
“This is where we’ve been headed: If geographical isolation is the flywheel of evolution, then the Galápagos Islands are not “infinitely strange, unlike any other islands in the world” as Alan Moorehead carelessly claimed in his book about Darwin and the Beagle.”
“The Galápagos Islands supported rice rats of the genus Oryzomys even before European ships brought in the infamous black rat, Rattus rattus.”
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