Close to 9,000 different species live in the Galapagos Islands. Some of these species are very unique, and have remained relatively unaltered on the Galapagos since prehistoric times. They live in close proximity with one another and with people. 9,000 different species is not actually an enormous number, however, compared to the Amazon, Hawaii, and other regions. The species found there are very distinct and may not exist anywhere else.
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