Marine Iguanas (Amblyhynchus christatus) close together on a rock, Santiago Island, San Salvador, James Island, Puerto Egas, Galapagos Achipelago, UNESCO, Worl Hertage Site, Ecuador, South America | Meerechsen (Amblyrhynchus christatus) liegen dicht gedrängt in glatt geschliffener Felsenbucht, Insel Santiago, San Salvador, James Island, Puerto Egas, Galapagos Archipel, UNESCO Naturerbe, Ekuador, Südamerika
Image Number:2342
Image dimesions:2912 x 4368
Location: Galapagos Archipel Ekuador, Ecuador
Date:05.06.2007
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