Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Expedition Continues to Bartolome Island! - Part I

Here is more of mom's Big World Expedition in the Galapagos Islands.  What a unique rock formation!
Ok, mom, but where are my animal friends?

Mom told me she spotted this one lone Galapagos Penguin, on the way in to this island.  The Galapagos Penguin species is endemic, and only found on the Galapagos Islands!

 This pesky American Oystercatcher kept walking right in front of mom and wanted his picture taken badly.
He told mom he wanted to be famous just like me!

 There were Sally Lightfoot Crabs running rampant in the thousands all over the Galapagos Islands.  So in reality, I now have thousands of Sally Lightfoot Crab friends, which is VERY exciting for me!

 This Galapagos Barnacle Blenny was plentiful near the shoreline, and it is also endemic, and only found at the Galapagos Islands!

~~To be continued on next post~~
Sneak peek of what's to come for Part II of mom's Expedition to Bartolome Island!

Before you go, please sign my GUESTBOOK, and stop by JB's SMALL WORLD too, thanks!


Angel, Kirby and Max said...

That is a very unique rock formation. interesting animals!

Anonymous said...

That is a super kool rock formation! AND, mom says that crab is adorable!

Teddy Bear said...

Wow, JB, all your new friends are really, really cool. We think the Sally Lightfoot Crabs are very pretty.:)

Teddy Bear

NAK and The Residents of The Khottage said...

Thanks fur sharing your new furiends with us!

I wonder if they love Temptations like woo do!


(angel) Grrreta and Fam said...

Wow, those are some pretty spectacular new friends you have. You sure do send your mom on some very exciting Big World assignments. Is that a whale flipper in the last picture?

myonlyphoto said...

Thanks for the sneak preview, this expedition seems like I will put on my travel list. Such a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing, Anna :)

Prints the Cat said...

The sally lightfoot crab is gorgeous! Beautiful colors!