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Cameras offer incredible views of Galapagos, from erupting volcanoes to stunning vistas and unique wildlife. Viewers can follow Darwin's path as he explored the various islands, observing how nature evolves and adapts to ensure survival. And one episode deals with the most recent threat to these islands -- man.

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