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Galapagos swallow tailed gull

The swallow tailed gull is unique within the gulls for feeding exclusively at night - the only nocturnal gull in the world. Its night-adapted eyes allow it to feed miles from shore on fish and squid it captures from the surface of the ocean.

Galapagos traffic jam

Giant tortoises on Fernandina. A captive breeding programme has been running for many years and the numbers of these endangered animals are gradually increasing. They can live for 200 years.


Hong Kong


Leighton Moss


An unusual marsupial, seen on Rottnest Island, off Western Australia.

Kangaroo in the bush

Western Australia

Whitehaven harbour