Iguazu Falls, 60 to 80 m high and 2.7 km wide in numerous cataracts and waterfalls, between 150 and 300 of them, depending on the water level. Iguazu National Park, Parana State, Brazil, and Misiones Province, Argentina
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Pinzon giant tortoise (Chelonoidis duncanensis), saddleback type typical of arid island
Pinzon giant tortoise (Chelonoidis duncanensis), saddleback type typical of arid island, their long necks and raised shell allowing them to browse on cacti. Captive-raised as hatchlings to protect them from introduced black rats, adults have started breeding naturally again since rats were eradicated in 2012. Pinzon Island, Galapagos.
Wolf giant tortoise (Chelonoidis becki) in habitat. Hybrids of mixed parentage with
Wolf giant tortoise (Chelonoidis becki) in habitat. Hybrids of mixed parentage with different shell shapes are scattered far and wide on the rugged west slope of Wolf Volcano. Wolf Volcano, Isabela Island, Galapagos.
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