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National Geographic presents Galapagos in HD

by Adam Finley, posted Feb 13th 2007 1:04PM

GalapagosOn March 18 at 8 p.m., the National Geographic Channel will air a three-hour documentary on Galapagos, thirteen islands off the southern coast of South America that were central to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Put together from over 300 hours of footage shot over a three-year period, Galapagos is being lauded by National Geographic as the most in-depth look at the islands in over two decades.

The documentary will be presented in high def and will not only explore the various forms of wildlife, but also the surrounding ocean and the volcanoes that first gave form to the islands. If I sound like a commercial for the program, that's only because I live for any series having to do with the natural world. Galapagos is even more interesting because it's not only a remarkable ecosystem, but also the center of a time-tested theory about our origin that changed the way we see ourselves and the world around us.

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Mark Rabinowitz

Excellent! I can't wait. I've been to the Galapagos and can't wait to see this. Any chance you could do a reminder in March?

February 14 2007 at 4:53 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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