Galápagos tortoise found alive revealed as species thought to extinct 100 years ago

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    A giant tortoise found in the Galápagos Islands has been confirmed as a species thought to be extinct a century ago. The tortoise was found in 2019 on Fernandina Island and identified as the Chelonoidis phantasticus species by scientists from Yale University. The Galápagos national park is preparing an expedition to search for more of the giant tortoises in an attempt to save the species

    Giant tortoise found in Galápagos a species considered extinct a century ago

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