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In the Galápagos some groups of sea lions have learned how to hunt yellowfin tuna. In small bands they intercept the schools and drive them into convoluted dead end bays. The sea lions trap them in crevices or push them onto rocky shores where they dispatch the fish with a bite to the head.
Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine in 2016. I believe this is the first time that this behavior has been photographed.
Check out the June 2017 issue of @natgeo magazine for my story on Galápagos and climate change. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark @fonassociation #paulmangellfoundation To see a close up of this Galápagos sea lion guarding its catch follow @thomaspeschak #Repost @natgeo
Photograph by @thomaspeschak


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Iguana Marinha 🦎
Esse animal único só é encontrado nas ilhas Galápagos. São incríveis!

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#Repost @thomaspeschak (@get_repost)
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Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean grazing on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark


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Repost from @natgeo Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and #galapagosnationalpark


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Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galapagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galapagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with
@darwinfound @pelayosalinas @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and
#galapagosnationalpark


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Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and #galapagosnationalpark


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Incredible picture of two very different shark species in the waters off the Galapagos. We live in an amazing world; let us take care not to diminish it in any way. 💙💜💙 Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and #galapagosnationalpark


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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and #galapagosnationalpark - #regrann


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and #galapagosnationalpark


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Alguém me leva pra Galápagos?! Um sonho: estudar essa iguana marinha😍
#Repost @thomaspeschak (@get_repost)
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Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for up to 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. The surgeonfish surrounding the iguana also graze on algae, but can feed all day long without freezing to death. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark #paulmangellfoundation @natgeocreative


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The waters around the northern Galápagos Islands of Wolf and Darwin are one of few places in the world where mature adult whale sharks make regular seasonal appearances. This 6-8 foot silky shark is dwarfed by a giant 30 + foot female. Photographing theses giant #sharks is difficult, the currents are ripping and they swim incredibly fast and show little curiosity for people. Shot on assignment @natgeo magazine for a story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands in the June 2017 issue. In collaboration with @darwinfound @saveourseasfoundation #paulmangellfoundation and #galapagosnationalpark


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#Repost @thomaspeschak (@get_repost)
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Iguanas marinhas podem mergulhar em profundidades de mais de 30 pés (10m) e prender a respiração por até 30 minutos. Estes répteis icônicos só podem passar algumas horas por dia no oceano para comer algas para sustento. No oeste de Galápagos, a água é simplesmente muito fria para as excursões subaquáticas mais longas de um réptil de sangue frio. O Peixe-cirurgião que envolve a iguana também se alimenta de algas, mas pode comer o dia inteiro sem congelar até a morte. Foto da revista @natgeo para a reportagem de junho de 2017 sobre as mudanças climáticas e as Ilhas Galápagos. Em colaboração com @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark #paulmangellfoundation @natgeocreative


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This post was reposted using @the.instasave.app #theinstasaveapp
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"The climate and oceanography of the Galapagos is incredibly complex and contrasting. The ocean surrounding the western Islands is so cold that warm water species like green sea turtles leave the sea to bask on beaches to heat up. At the same time the air temperatures are stifling hot and this "well insulated" sea lion has to venture into the water to cool off. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story Galápagos: Life in Balance. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark @fonassociation #paulmangellfoundation @natgeocreative"


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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine iguanas are the world's only lizards that feed in the ocean and graze on seaweeds. This unique trait however comes at a price. The Pacific in the western reaches of the Galápagos Islands is cold and the iguanas can only feed for a few hours at a time. For the rest of day they embrace the sun baked volcanic rocky shores to regain as much heat as possible. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @ecuadortravel #galapagosnationalpark


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Reposting @pelayosalinas:
Great shot by @thomaspeschak! #regram @natgeo Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #freediving #travel #ecoturism #ecuador #southamerica #galapagos #godzilla #instagood #explore #love #ocean #thetravelingbeardclub


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Galápagos cormorants lost the ability to fly in favor of being more streamlined underwater hunters. Now faster and more agile in the pursuit of fish, their remnant stubby wings are only useful as flippers. Unfortunately these unique birds can be severely impacted by climate change. As ocean waters warm their fish prey migrates away from the islands in search of colder water, out of reach of these flightless cormorants. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for a story on Climate Change and the Galápagos Islands. In collaboration with @darwinfound #galapagosnationalpark @fonassociation @pelayosalinas #paulmangellfoundation @natgeocreative


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Great shot by @thomaspeschak! #regram @natgeo Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #freediving #travel #ecoturism #ecuador #southamerica #galapagos #godzilla #instagood #explore #love #ocean

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#dinner#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas - #regrann


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Did you know iguanas could swim?? I definitely didn't. #Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas

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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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💙💙💙💙💙💙💙 regram @natgeo
Photograph by @thomaspeschak Marine Iguanas can dive to depths of over 30 feet (10m) and hold their breath for more than 30 minutes. These iconic reptiles are only able to spend a few hours a day in the ocean grazing algae for sustenance. In the western Galápagos the water is simply too cold for longer underwater excursions by a cold blooded reptile. For more photographs of these ocean going Godzilla lookalikes please #followme @thomaspeschak Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for the June 2017 story on climate change and the Galápagos Islands. @natgeocreative In collaboration with @darwinfound #paulmangellfoundation #galapagosnationalpark @pelayosalinas


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