Dear Reader, I am not easily impressed by wonders of nature, normally animals o not approach people easily unless they are domestic ones… But in Galapagos I was impressed by the “tameness” of the animals. On island after island you can walk right up to animals that would, in […]
Dear Reader, it is not rare to witness this sight: a hungry bird picks dead skin off an iguana.
Dear Reader, If you have been following my adventures up to this very day you should know that Stanito staff never hit crowded touristic places nor those places that you can easily track on internet with thousands of photos. However, when I do find myself in one of […]
Dear Reader, Galapagos makes an effort to protect wildlife even if sometimes things don’t work out as expected. Here is the story of a Mexican man who tried to smuggle iguanas out of Galapagos. The rules are very simple, dear Reader: if you go to Galapagos make sure […]
Dear Reader, Galapagos is the perfect example of how humans and wild animals live together in peaceful cohabitation. Below is a photo I took at the fish market of Puerto Ayora, main city and capital of Santa Cruz island. The sea lion awaits patiently for the lady to […]
Dear Reader, Stanito has embarked in a new wildlife adventure: Galapagos. First stop: giant tortoises! Stanito filmed a lovely slow paced tortoise in the National Park of Chato. Gentle, slow moving creatures, yo can find them in the breading station or else free in nature such as this one. […]