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Tysiące iguan na plażach Galapagos (12)

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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Tens of thousands of iguanas cover the rocks on a beach, blending in with them. This island is so densely populated with iguanas it almost looks like the rocks on the beach are made from the reptiles. Tens of thousands of the lizards soak up the sun before diving into the ocean - and there are so many that they look like part of the landscape. Amateur photographer Nina Waffenschmidt, 33, had to take care not to step on the creatures as she visited Fernandina Island in the Galapagos. Around 120,000 marine iguanas live on the beaches of the island, diving into the sea to feed. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Please byline: Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News ? Nina Waffenschmidt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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