“In the remotest corners of the world, undisturbed by human development, indigenous wildlife thrives on unspoiled islands. The Galápagos Islands have long been lauded for biodiversity and endemism. But there are lesser known outposts, often thousands of miles away from inhabited areas, profuse with wildlife….”
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Header image is of Yellow-eyed penguins in New Zealand — Photo courtesy of iStock / thomaslusth