Ecuador Wants Habitat on Endangered List

Jun 22, 2007

(AP) -- Ecuador says tourism is threatening the Galapagos Islands and has asked UNESCO to add the habitat that inspired the theory of evolution to its endangered list, the culture agency said Friday.



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