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Galápagos, Ecuador Travel Video

Galapagos a World Heritage Site

Its hard to explain, or even illustrate, the magic of Ecuador's
Galapagos Islands. This is a modest attempt.

Unesco has declared the Galapagos a World Heritage Site

filmmaker: Globe Scope

country: Ecuador

channel: nature

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