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Many different billed Finches, large terrestrial tortoises, and vegetarian marine iguananas.

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The Galapagos Islands were discovered by Fray Tomas de Berlanga in 1535. He stumbled upon the Galapagos Islands while sailing from Panama to Peru.


well obviosly if your looking for animals from the galopagos islands you would look in the galopagos islands! lol just kidding many animals in the galopagos islands are endangered you will not find in many places. some local zoos may have some.


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The question as phrased confuses what Darwin found. He did not find one species of finch on the Galapagos Islands and different species on another set of islands. He found different species of finches on different islands within the Galapagos archipelagos. Some had larger beaks for cracking seeds and some had smaller beaks for capturing insects. Some were physically larger and others were smaller. The primary differences between the finches correlated almost perfectly with the predominant food source available to them on each individual island.


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Darwin noticed that the finches in the Galapagos Islands had different types of beaks. He concluded that this meant they must have evolved these beaks, so that each type could find food.


Finches...he based his theory on the shape of their beaks


dunno :) hope i helped! lol i think it was the galapagos islands :)


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