Conservationists say there’s hope for the 'lost' giant tortoises of Floreana Island.
This remote world in the Indian Ocean features life that's unseen anywhere else on Earth.
A group of tourists in Galapagos Island was treated to a rare display when a killer whale played with its food -- an unsuspecting green turtle.
Even though Lonesome George -- the last member of the Pinta Island Galapagos Tortoises -- died in 2012, scientists may be able to revive his species with the genetic help of close relatives.
A volcano on the Galapagos Islands erupted Monday, raising fears for the region's unique pink iguanas.
Normally when you see "invaders" and "endangered" in the same sentence, it usually means invaders are causing trouble for a species already on its way out. That then would make the iconic tortoises found in the Galapagos Islands a very startling exception to the rule. New research has revealed that these gentle giants are completely pigging out on the islands' otherwise harmful invasive plants.