Welcome to the world of Galapagos
Located in the Pacific Ocean, the volcanic Galapagos Islands consist of thirteen main islands and over 120 rocky islets. Surrounded by 198,000km2 of marine reserve, both land and sea are home to an incredible array of species, many of which are found nowhere else on Earth. We proudly support Galapagos Conservation Trust with funding, to carry out vital research.
Here are just some of the animals you can find in the Galapagos...
They have bright blue feet and can dive down to 30 metres into the ocean to hunt prey.
They are mammals and they are pescatarians, eating fish, small squid and octopi.
They are the third smallest penguin in the world and can swim almost 20 times faster than a human.
They can weigh over 300kg and live up to 175 years. They are herbivores meaning they only eat grasses, flowers and cactus fruits.
Our Galapagos Collection
Our kidswear range is made with the planet in mind and packed with sustainable materials so you can rest assured each product is Mindfully Made. Made from recycled polyester and recycled plastic bottles.
Crags Mini Missions
Join us for fun-filled activities, competitions and soo much more. Get set gooooo…
REPURPOSE YOUR RUBBISH
Get creative with your rubbish and create a piece of art. Can you create a creature from the Galapagos using recycled materials? Then send us a picture of your creation by using #CragsMiniMissions
WRITE A POEM ABOUT NATURE
Write a poem about the wonders of the world, the great outdoors, the amazing animals found in the Galapagos or your next adventure. Share a picture of your wonderful words by using #CragsMiniMissions
NATURE SCAVENGER HUNT
Set off on your next walk in search of little creatures and all things fun. What will you find? Can you tick off everything on our nature scavenger hunt?
Meet Sofia Green
Hi I’m a Marine Biologist, born and raised in Ecuador. Since being very little I have worked in the Galapagos Islands. One of my earliest memories was swimming with sharks and since then I have been enthralled with marine life.
What is “Blue Carbon”
AND WHY DOES IT MATTER?
Blue Carbon describes how carbon is stored from the atmosphere in the marine environment, as a way to mitigate climate change.
Reducing our emissions alone is not enough. We need to remove carbon from the atmosphere.
Carbon is taken up directly by vegetation in the ocean and also stored in vast quantities in animals such as whale sharks.
Protecting marine ecosystems and species living in our oceans is vital for our future.
Who are Galapagos
Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT) is the only UK registered charity to focus solely on the conservation of the Galapagos Islands, one of the most unique and ecologically important, but vulnerable, areas in the world.
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