Baby tortoises appear in the islands, igniting a spark of hope after a century
This might probably be one of the best nature-related news of the last few years — well, that and the fact that the numbers of tigers in the wild is definitely on the rise: in the Pinzón Island, one of the smallest ones of the whole Galapagos Archipelago, a small group of tiny, shelled young tortoises was spotted by a group of Ecuadorian and American researchers and conservationists.
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