Galapagos Conservation (Ages 16-19) *suitable for home teaching*

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From ARKive, these resources help students to learn about the Galapagos Islands, their biodiversity and conservation. Through a series of activities, students look at: * the scientific history and importance of the Galapagos Islands * the species that inhabit the islands including the concept of endemic species * the habitats that make the islands unique * the major conservation steps to date including sustainable development * the threats still facing the native species * a particular conservation issue relevant to the Galapagos Islands in depth through a group project

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