If you would like to help either by money or by

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If you would like to help either by money or by volunteering time to the programs that I have listed above, you can do this by contacting the programs that I have listed. I know that deep down in every person’s heart that they want to help the Galapagos Islands. If you have never visited the Galapagos Island I would encourage that you do. This will give you another outlook on life and give you reasons to help. The animals that are in the Galapagos Islands have done nothing for humans to effect the way they live. Please try to help in any way that you can.
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Galapagos Island 5 The Galapagos Islands is a place with very unique and diverse life forms that are in desperate need of our help. We can help by donating money to organizations that are helping fight to save these islands from losing these life forms. If this happens then our children and future generations will not be able to enjoy nor see these creatures. You must remember that these creatures are not found anywhere else in the world. In addition, to these efforts you may also want to help on a more personal level. You may accomplish this feat that you may think is impossible by keeping up on the news and information the best you can and help spread the importance of the Galapagos Islands to anyone and everyone you know. You must believe that we can save the Islands and continue to help any way possible.
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Galapagos Island 6 Reference Page Galapagos Conservancy, Conservation Challenges, 2008, accessed on January 8, 2010 from The Charles Darwin Foundation, Mission Statement, date unknown, accessed on January 8, 2010, from Charles Darwin Foundation, Galapagos National Park, Galapagos, Ecuador, 9 November 2003 Text of video message taped by the Secretary-General at Galapagos National Park, accessed on January 8, 2010, from
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