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The Millenium


Note: The Millenium at anchor off North Seymour. Opposite is the north shore of Baltra. The horizontal white line is a deposit of limestone, a definite rarity in the Galápagos.
Island: North Seymour
Location: Landing
Year: 2006


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William Lucin instructs


Note: North Seymour is an unremarkable thicket of Palo Santos except that it is the stronghold of Galápagos land iguanas and hosts many sea bird nesting colonies.
Island: North Seymour
Location: Loop trail
Year: 2006


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Susan Drymala observes marine iguana


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Island: North Seymour
Location: Loop trail
Year: 2006


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David Tana communes with sea lion


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Island: North Seymour
Location: Loop trail
Year: 2006


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Beach with trackways


Note: The western shore of North Seymour consists of rounded basalt boulders with a thin berm of carbonate sand. On it can be traced the trackways of marine iguanas. The large shield-volcano island of Santa Cruzis occupies the background.
Island: North Seymour
Location: Loop trail
Year: 2006