This is where I saw my first land iguana. He was
sitting under a cactus tree in the shade. On that rock tower there was writing and it said
this is Galapagos National Park. There was a mommy sea lion with a baby beside it. We
walked along a cliff and we saw a bull sea lion going down on some rocks into the water.
You have to be careful of bull sea lions because they can be aggressive.
I really like the sea lions.
School Notes - Galapagos National Park was established
in 1959 to protect the unique flora and fauna of the islands. In 1978 the islands were
proclaimed a World Heritage Site. Visitors are allowed at designated visitor sites
throughout the islands. You must remain on established trails. Your naturalist guide
will interpret the natural and human heritage of the islands and enforce national park