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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelling #travelingram #traveler #travelphotography #traveller #travels #traveltheworld #travelblog #vacation #vacations #vacationtime #vacation2015 #vacation2016 #instatravel #instatraveling #instatrip #instagramanet #instatag #touris #tourist #tourism #tourists #mytravelgram #trip #visiting #vacation

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@Regrann from @thomaspeschak - Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean grazing on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark #tiffieldtwins2 #regrann

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#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak

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#repost@thomaspeschak (@get_repost) ・・・ Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean grazing on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark

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😍 // #repost@natgeo Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak

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Española is BEAUTIFUL 🌈🌊📍🌎➡️for more Española beauty. #española #galapagos #galapagosislands #ecuador #allyouneedisecuador #travel #galapagosnationalpark

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak - #regrann

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#endangeredspeciesday #icry #repost@natgeo ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak

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#repost@natgeo: Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak

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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak #repost@natgeo with @insta.save.repost • • •

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@Regrann de @natgeo: Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak

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Y con esta publicación increíble de @natgeo, iniciamos una semana para recordar parte de nuestras experiencias de buceo en Galápagos. Queremos compartir años de buceo con ustedes por esta vía, y más aún con los que se animen a disfrutar de nuevas aventuras con nosotros en #faralloncentinela #higuerote #venezuela👌😊 #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark and @ecuadortravel For more photographs from the enchanted waters of the Galapagos follow @thomaspeschak

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Creature from the Black Lagoon...? #repost@thomaspeschak Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean grazing on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark

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Our first spotting of the Sally Lightfoot Crab on the #Galapagos, one of its many endemic species The colors were stunning. #floreana #ecuador #islafloreana #allyouneedisecuador #zoomavianca #galapagosnationalpark

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A 🍌 tree on the Santa Cruz Island of the #Galapagos, the first archipelago island we visted #islasantacruz #islasantacruzgalapagos #ecuador #allyouneedisecuador #zoomavianca #galapagosnationalpark

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Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean grazing on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark

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regram @natgeo Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak

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Via @toiphotogallery Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeo #nationalgeographicphotographer @thomaspeschak #wildlife #reptiles #reptilesofinstagram #instaphoto #instafollow

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #galapagosnationalpark @ecuadortravel For more photographs of these marine Godzilla lookalikes follow #natgeophotographer @thomaspeschak - #regrann

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