blue-footed booby, i once watched a documentary on them, apparently they only keep one of the baby birds  , all the others get pushed out of the nest to die. They then proceeded to eat their dying offspring. It was horrifying.

blue-footed booby, i once watched a documentary on them, apparently they only keep one of the baby birds , all the others get pushed out of the nest to die. They then proceeded to eat their dying offspring. It was horrifying.

Must learn the Blue Footed Booby Dance on the Galapagos Islands. Look at 'em go!

Must learn the Blue Footed Booby Dance on the Galapagos Islands. Look at 'em go!

A Blue Footed Booby, Galapagos Islands, ~ "Did anyone see where I left my f*ckin' blue frog feet? ~ I know they're around here some f*ckiin' place! ~ I saw them just a minute ago!" ~ Or, was it two (2) minutes ago?

A Blue Footed Booby, Galapagos Islands, ~ "Did anyone see where I left my f*ckin' blue frog feet? ~ I know they're around here some f*ckiin' place! ~ I saw them just a minute ago!" ~ Or, was it two (2) minutes ago?

The blue-footed booby's mating dance is an amazing image of avian romance, but populations are still on the decline

The blue-footed booby's mating dance is an amazing image of avian romance, but populations are still on the decline

The Galapagos Islands are a unique archipelago just 2 hours flight off the western coast of Ecuador. It's home to species found nowhere else in the world as well as those who specifically evolved to fit in with the Galapagos' surroundings. Wildlife includes the giant tortoise, blue footed booby, flightless cormorant and the Galapagos fur seal. If you want to visit the Galapagos you can choose to take a cruise or do it yourself. Here we weigh up both options so you can make an informed…

The Galapagos Islands are a unique archipelago just 2 hours flight off the western coast of Ecuador. It's home to species found nowhere else in the world as well as those who specifically evolved to fit in with the Galapagos' surroundings. Wildlife includes the giant tortoise, blue footed booby, flightless cormorant and the Galapagos fur seal. If you want to visit the Galapagos you can choose to take a cruise or do it yourself. Here we weigh up both options so you can make an informed…

The Galapagos Islands are a unique archipelago just 2 hours flight off the western coast of Ecuador. It's home to species found nowhere else in the world as well as those who specifically evolved to fit in with the Galapagos' surroundings. Wildlife includes the giant tortoise, blue footed booby, flightless cormorant and the Galapagos fur seal. If you want to visit the Galapagos you can choose to take a cruise or do it yourself. Here we weigh up both options so you can make an informed…

The Galapagos Islands are a unique archipelago just 2 hours flight off the western coast of Ecuador. It's home to species found nowhere else in the world as well as those who specifically evolved to fit in with the Galapagos' surroundings. Wildlife includes the giant tortoise, blue footed booby, flightless cormorant and the Galapagos fur seal. If you want to visit the Galapagos you can choose to take a cruise or do it yourself. Here we weigh up both options so you can make an informed…

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