In Darwin’s laboratory

In May 2012, Kevin spent two weeks cavorting about the Galapagos Islands with thirteen other Earlham College students, tasked by their two professors with drawing evolutionary conclusions from ecological observations of Darwin’s living laboratory. Armed with family heirloom binoculars and a point-and-shoot camera, and welcomed by the profound docility of creatures that had adapted to life without predators, these rather up-close-and-personal photos followed.



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