Diego, The Galapageño Gigolo | Traveling with Mike and Yvonne
During the 17th and 18th centuries, at least 150,000 tortoises were taken from the various islands of the Galapagos, mostly for food and later, for oil also. The Galapagos were a way station for Pacific whaling ships and fur seal hunters. Because they’re so slow and have no fear of humans, the tortoises were easy … Continue reading "Diego, The Galapageño Gigolo"