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Scientists believe they have discovered a sew species of giant tortoises in Galapagos

Published on March 15, 2022
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Almost eight thousand tortoises that exist today in San Cristóbal might not be Chelonoidis chathamensis, but rather a new species that has never been described by science. A new species of giant tortoise was discovered on San Cristóbal Island, in the Galapagos. Until now, they were believed to be individuals of the species Chelonoidis chathamensis. However, a group […]

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