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Wildlife on the coast of Cape Hammond including Galapagos flightless cormorant Featured Flightless Cormorant Print

Wildlife on the coast of Cape Hammond including Galapagos flightless cormorant

Wildlife on the coast of Cape Hammond including Galapagos flightless cormorant (Phalacrocorax harrisi), Sally lightfoot crab (Grapsus grapsus) and Marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) Cape Hammond, Fernandina Island, Galapagos


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Flightless cormorant male and female Featured Flightless Cormorant Print

Flightless cormorant male and female

Flightless cormorant (Nannopterum harrisi) male (right) that has brought a seaweed offering to a female. This seabird is endemic to the Galapagos Islands, and is the only species of cormorant that has lost the ability to fly. It evolved in isolation on islands with no predators, and its wings were lost as it adapted to diving from the coastlines to catch fish. During breeding, a seaweed nest is built, decorated with gifts of flotsam that are given to the female by the male. Photographed on Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands