MISSION GALAPAGOS

For more than century and a half after Darwin’s famous journey in the Beagle, the Galapagos Archipelago has been a global destination for the study of biodiversity. The islands’isolation, unique volcanic terrain, and location at the confluence of major ocean currents have made it a crucible for the evolution of unique and often astonishing species.

Join marine biologist Liz Bonnin and a team of scientists aboard the ALUCIA as they search for the elusive pink iguana, spend time with giant tortoises, and dare the deepest submarine descent ever undertaken in the Galapagos.

OVERVIEW
LOCATION: Galapagos
SCIENCE PARTNER: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute & Atlantic Productions Scientists
RELEASE DATE: 2017