For Love Key: The History of the Waters

For Love Key: The History of the Waters

As a barge cruiser, the canal system is a complicated and balanced engineering feat. The keystone that supports this water channel is key. Whether run by key owners, followed up by barge owners, or controlled automatically by computer, the key allows fast and easy barge passage through the countryside. Without this engineering miracle, the canal trip is simply not possible. So, how is the key found and what exactly does it do?
When and Why Are They Invented? For Love Key: The History of the Waters

Rivers have long served as important trade and communication networks. However, this network is limited because the ship can not travel deep inland and it is very difficult to travel up through the river. The key, the invention that allowed the ship to gain or lose altitude, was developed by the Chinese in the tenth century and by the Dutch on the thirteenth. The initial “pound” key focuses on filling and drying small sized rooms, and facilitating the construction of the first independent waterway – or canal – that causes worldwide trade expansion. This arrangement also helps ships travel up or down in the domesticated rivers like the Thames.

This centuries-old invention is used today in some of the most important global trade routes – the Panama Canal, for example – and also allows for more relaxed travel, such as barge cruises. For Love Key: The History of the Waters

How do they work?

As we know, this technical miracle is designed to help boats upstream or downstream. If a ship wants to travel upstream, first the bottom gate should be opened so as to let the key drain. Next, the bottom door opened, and the boat could enter the room. After the gates of the lower and lower gates of the water gate are closed, the gate of the upper water door is opened, the water flows in and the water level rises. The boat is gently lifted to the next level and the top door can be opened safely, so the ship can continue its journey. Once again the same process occurs, but vice versa.

Getting Technical: Flights and Ladders

Engineers working with channels often have to cope with sudden changes. This can often not be handled with a single key, leading to a common feature of a channel called ‘flight’. This term refers to a group of 30 keys adjacent to each other, but with a sufficiently wide range between allowing the ship to pass each other. They gradually raise or lower the barge to the appropriate level. Since each room uses water from the above, the flight uses the same amount of water as a single key.

The more popular setting is the stairs; Here the top gate of one room acts as the lower gate above. To help with this process, the side pool is used to adjust the level perfectly in the upper and lower spaces. Of course, the best way to appreciate this amazing engineering feat is from the gentle barge cruise deck.

Paul Newman is a Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, France’s most respected luxury all-inclusive cruise liner provider and other major destinations. Part of an experienced barge team, Paul first queued to support a slow-paced barging cruise facility for anyone looking for a unique holiday experience. For Love Key: The History of the Waters

Trump Gets Pranked April Fool’s Day

Trump Gets Pranked  April Fool’s Day

Terrible weather warning signs throughout Washington D.C. looks very real at first glance. They were fastened to government signs
What a sign

After a closer look-this is a reminder of the effects of the impending global warming, and the literal stabbing of the policy on behalf of Donald Trump. This happened just after Trump signed an executive order that canceled Obama’s clean energy plan, which included coal. Trump Gets Pranked  April Fool’s Day

Earlier this month, leading climate expert Dr. Peter Gleick is urging mass demonstrations against the Trump administration amid denial of global warming. Well, it looks like we have a small start.

The signs warned politicians and passers-by due to bad weather, but … because a man named Adam’s emotions? Someone said “WARNING: ADAM LOVES SHELTER.” Others said, “ADAM REPLACED-PREPARE FOR RAINS AND RELATED SINKHOLES.” And finally, the signs warn that, “ADAM ATTENTION-BEWARE OF TORNADOS TERRORISM.” The signs can be found near the White House, Capitol Hill, and other political monuments around DC Not to mention, around Los Angeles and Chicago.

So who is Adam? And why are these signs popping up in the capital of our country? Adam is the main character of the newly released novel # 1 novel shown by signs: Human Weather, by Sam Hayes (https://www.amazon.com/Weather-Man-Limitless-Pursuit- Happiness / dp / 0997534508 / ref = tmm_pap_swatch_0? _encoding = UTF8 & qid = 1490764343 & sr = 8-1). In the book, Adam’s emotions control the weather, creating a natural disaster when he feels negative emotions.

This novel is the first satire to be president of Trump as president, in the character of “President Douglas Powers,” who was metaphorically introduced as a “bursting trophy,” wearing a gold-plated suit that “must have been horrible, very heavy.” (Full section below). This is Douglas and his government that has only one way to keep Americans safe: keep Adam happy. They send him to The Pursuit of Happiness Project, with permission to have whatever he wants, at any cost. Trump Gets Pranked April Fool’s Day

This book attacks the cruel American Trump’s first philosophy by painting a picture of a beautiful American Trumpian in 2076, then herding it to pieces. This is the 300th anniversary of America – a year in which all the consequences of global warming soon collapse. This is a world where Trump’s treasured, no-cost treasures seem to bring enormous American wealth and power … until the terrible hidden costs come out to play.

In his story, the post-World War II weather conspiracy has so far protected America from the effects of climate change that hit the earth, but through the curse of Adam Anderson, Mother Earth retaliated. The author envisions a technological future in which a very rich America has mastered global warming, but without the knowledge of Americans, it makes the majority of the planet less fortunate to take heavy casualties. This is the same reason that led Pope Francis to ask the world to jointly stop climate change at the Paris Summit – after learning that 50-60% of the warming pollution comes from the richest people on the planet, while the bottom 3 billion contribute 5%, but will experience the worst impacts of climate change. With a 175-nation deal on less pollution, the Paris summit is the biggest win for the environment ever. Now, President Trump plans to withdraw from the deal. And why? For the prosperity of the American people, of course. By sacrificing everyone who sacrifices for the good of the planet, and our children.

It is an unreasonable thought internationally against the “Pursuit of Happiness” pillars of American thought, and a dose of good ignorance about the consequences of our actions against the future of our own country. Ironically, in Hayes’ 2076 imagining those consequences, the only way out of this mess is the same way we do – an immediate and all-American “search for happiness” for the central character of satire. Adam’s constant happiness is the only way. to keep the environment awake, and not as simple as shown by President Powers. This book gives happiness in exams in an existential journey full of natural disasters and attempts to circumvent them, trying to find out whether the happiness is really worthy, or even captured Trump Gets Pranked  April Fool’s Day

Why You Need Responsibility Coverage from Your Insurance Company

Why You Need Responsibility Coverage from Your Insurance Company

Designed to include professional practitioners for claims of negligence by clients or patients, professional accountability insurance is supplemented by many names. When used in the medical profession, it is usually called medical malpractice coverage. Notaries also demanded this security, but they considered it a mistake and insurance negligence. Real estate brokers, management consultants, and even website developers are all entitled to protection.
What for?

Why You Need Responsibility Coverage from Your Insurance Company

Insurance is used to protect people in case something unfortunate happens. Automatic policies protect them in the event of an accident; medical policies protect them from unexpected illness; Commercial policy protects them from a number of accidents. If there are fires, thefts, or accidents at work, commercial varieties will cover them.

Why Do You Need It?

Some companies are lucky enough to survive for long periods of time without being sued by clients, customers, or employees. The coverage of coverage from an insurance company is the single most-owned business armor against lawyers. This goes double when a businessman competes in a risky industry such as construction. Why?

A construction site is arguably the most dangerous work environment on earth. Not because people are careless, but because making something, anything, it’s risky. Workers fall from the stairs; they walk on ropes; they cut themselves Builders should bear this risk and buy the exact amount of coverage from their insurance company to protect them from financial ruin. But that’s not all. Why You Need Responsibility Coverage from Your Insurance Company

This policy not only protects the boss, but also protects the worker. If an electrician falls from a ladder or a carpenter cuts himself, a liability policy will pay his medical bills. Commercial coverage will also cover most attorneys’ fees and court costs if someone sues you.

How much do you need?

As you might expect, policy measures often depend on the size of the business. Most actuaries recommend at least a million dollars of professional responsibility responsibility for small businesses. Big business and companies obviously need more and often bring big policy. Because lawsuits are quite common in the medical profession, malpractice insurance is the most common form of liability.

Most doctors have several million malpractices at any time. When they work in great practice, that figure may be five or even ten times higher. Lawyers and accountants must also bear responsibility for the high level of litigation in their field. But what about other people? Why You Need Responsibility Coverage from Your Insurance Company

The Finest Vineyards in France: The Wine of Saint-Émilion

The Finest Vineyards in France: The Wine of Saint-Émilion

Part of experiencing of the culture and heritage of any place to is to taste it. In Bordeaux, this means sampling the area’s many rich wines from one of the oldest and largest growing regions. For connoisseurs, Bordeaux is a paradise for enjoying wine tours.
Saint-Émilion is a must-see region for any traveller in search of the finest wine, which is bound to exceed your highest expectations. On board Rosa, you’ll experience a wide range of luxurious flavours, whether it’s a rich and full-bodied red, or a light and aromatic white.

 

UNESCO World Heritage Site

In 1999, Saint-Émilion was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s easy to see why. The history of grape-growing in the region is like no other, as the taste proves. Saint-Émilion, the oldest and largest appellation in Bordeaux, dictates over 5,500 hectares of land to growing grapes.

On board Rosa, you’ll cruise along the Dordogne River, soaking up the sights, smells and tastes of Bordeaux. Learn all about the varieties of wines produced here, from Médoc to the left to the vast selection found on the right bank of the river.

Types of Grape

Two of the most widely grown grapes in Saint-Émilion are the Merlot and the Cabernet Franc. Differing in taste and structure, these varieties have something for every connoisseur’s palate.

Merlot is composed of a rich, full-bodied combination of flavours with hints of plum, blackberries, dark cherries and chocolate, while Cabernet Franc is lighter and floral. The latter has become increasingly popular in recent years, due to its ability to thrive in spite of changes in climate.

Saint-Émilion Soil

Wines vary greatly in this region, which is due in large part to the differences in soil from vineyard to vineyard. For the most part, Grand Cru wines that are produced in this area are grown in soils that are rich in limestone, which can be found in the hills that surround Saint-Émilion. This greatly benefits the grapes, as the soil has vital minerals, such as calcium, that are needed to help vines grow. What’s more, its consistency provides excellent drainage.

Alternatively, the soil around Canon-La-Graffeliére boasts a sandy texture, which produces widely enjoyed and lighter-bodied tipples. When you join one of the many wine tours on offer, you can discover even more about the growing conditions and flavours of the region.

Itinerary Imperatives

When travelling through France, wine tours must be on any itinerary. You’ll be able to wow friends and family back home with your extensive knowledge at dinner parties and events. While on board Rosa, you’ll experience the process of wine-making from the very first grapes harvested to the first sip of a freshly uncorked bottle. You won’t find a more authentic or delicious taste of France anywhere.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury barge holidays. Offering holidays to France and other great destinations, itineraries include wine tours and other cultural and themed activities. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge cruise to anyone looking for a unique holiday experience.

Ceramics and Châteaus: Discover Genteel Gien

Ceramics and Châteaus: Discover Genteel Gien

There’s little doubt that an essential element of all barge holidays in France is being able to dock at the myriad towns and villages that line the waterways and entice visitors in with their charms. As part of the itinerary of the hotel barge Renaissance, guests will be able to see the sights of Gien, renowned for its pottery and royal château.
Finding your Bearings

 

Prior to diving into the town, it is well worth disembarking on the south bank to take in the attractions of Gien all at once: from this vantage point, you can savour the spectacle of the river as it passes below the eighteenth-century bridge, under the watchful gaze of the sixteenth-century château.

Not even the loss of much of Gien’s historic buildings during World War II can detract from the pleasant view. Indeed, the painstaking and very convincing post-war reconstruction has done much to bury these ghosts of the past.

Marvel at Gien’s Pottery

Cultural exploration is an integral part of our barge holidays. In France, there are always abundant opportunities for the discerning traveller to discover regional produce, and Gien is no exception. The town has crafted a fine reputation for the calibre of its pottery, in particular for its Faïence pottery. Production began when Thomas Hall, an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent who was intent on bringing high-quality English earthenware to France, established a factory in 1821.

In deciding to base his enterprise in Gien, Hall chose wisely, capitalising on the town’s physical amenities. The Sologne forest, which is in close proximity to Gien, provided a ready source of wood for the kilns. What’s more, the Loire granted access to markets throughout France (until water travel was superseded by the railways), in addition to providing sand and water for making clay.

While production continues to this day, the factory has also taken on a new guise as a museum dedicated to telling the story of the industry and shedding light on the making of these exquisite ceramics.

A Château Fit for Kings and Queens

There’s one more attraction that certainly merits a visit before you return to the hotel barge. Holidays in France are rarely complete without sojourning for a while at a château, and Gien’s has certainly welcomed its fair share of royal visitors. This elegant edifice was constructed for the use of Anne de Beaujeu, the daughter of Louis XI, in the final years of the fifteenth century. Future guests included Henri II and his wife Catherine de Médici, as well as Louis XIV, the famous ‘Sun King’.

Despite being bombed during World War II, the château was successfully restored. Since 1952, it’s housed a museum, which is dedicated to the most royal of pastimes: hunting. Through paintings, sculptures and an array of weapons and trophies from successful forays, the museum details how hunting and its depiction has developed through the centuries.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury barge holidays in France. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge cruise to anyone looking for a unique holiday experience.

Blog Making Money – Can You Do It

Blog Making Money – Can You Do It

A blog making money is a blog that is generally successful. While this is not the focal point of many blogs, for some, this is a great addition to their income and the more successful, their only source of income and allowing them to have a pretty decent lifestyle. For the most part, making money from blogs is a mystery to many people should not keep it that way. Read on and you may find other ways for you to make money. Blog Making Money – Can You Do It
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Before anything else, you should be able to write fairly consistently and steadily. Three or four entries a week did not look like much at the beginning, but after a while could even use the most loyal author though. It’s like a job sometimes you get bored with it and you step out for a day or two, but the Internet is a much more demanding ruler than many bosses. Plus nothing feels better than knowing that you have a blog making money. If you have solid, dedicated followers, you can spend a day or two or even weeks. Some sites even go a month without updating, but at the beginning, you should be able to stick to it like white rice.

For those who open blogs based on products, you’re lucky you might be able to follow the affiliate bandwagon and make some money that way. Well, how does it work? It’s quite simple. Being an affiliate to a website basically means that you advertise it on your website, either by having content related to the main website and linking them or by displaying their ads on your site. The payout is unlike in any other media industry. The Internet is just a different field than television, which requires different payment methods.

Generally, the setup is pay-per-blank, where blank is something that changes from group to group when it comes to making money blogs. Most people are looking for a pay per click variant, which means exactly what the suggested payment only happens after a viewer on your site clicks a link to their site. Other popular variants, mostly for merchandise sites like Amazon, are pay-per-purchase variants. A user needs to do more than just browse through the items so they really have to buy something.

Payments for ads for a money-making blog vary from one group to another. Luckily the internet and thus, the people you can meet in it are so vast that you may find someone or a group that wants to advertise or have it as an affiliate. Build a good site and the money will come.

Maybe. Internet and blogging are not some magic words you can use to get ahead in the rat race. It does not work that way. You still have to work hard and create a site that really attracts advertisers, who can give real traffic to those who will make you an affiliate site. Work hard, put on the work leg and you can be a blog making money. Blog Making Money – Can You Do It

Things You Do not Know Your Health Insurance Will Pay

Things You Do not Know Your Health Insurance Will Pay

Most of us expect our health insurance to pay for procedures such as yearly physical examination and examination of children. If you are not very familiar with your policy, you can lose and pay out of pocket to get prescriptions and procedures that are often covered. Of course, what’s covered will vary from policy to policy and state to state, but it’s always worth it to call customer service numbers on the back of your card to research further. Read on for information on some procedures and services that are often completely free.
Medical equipment

Things You Do not Know Your Health Insurance Will Pay

If you break your legs or hips, you expect your health insurance to cover your hospital visits and the necessary surgery. However, it can also help take care of you once you leave the hospital. If you look under the durable medical equipment section of your reach, you may notice that the crutches and wheelchairs are covered, as are some of the fake limbs. Below this section, nursing mothers can even buy breast pumps more than 90 percent, saving hundreds of dollars.

Pregnancy Prevention Surgery

If you are ready for a more permanent birth control option than oral, injection or physical birth control, you may consider alternative lung tube for women and vasectomy for men. Most people assume that they have to pay for their own procedures, but in most cases, your health insurance will pay the bills. This is because pregnancy prevention surgery will ultimately save you insurance money in the long run.

Non-Western Medicine

If your normal doctor does not offer the medication you need, you might consider alternative treatments such as acupuncture, massage therapy, herbal supplements, or chiropractic services. Many of these services and procedures can be covered by your insurance. You can also use your health savings account to pay for acupuncture as long as your doctor prescribes it.

Gym membership

Slowly but surely, many major insurance companies work to make the sport more attractive to their customers by offering discount gym membership. This is because clients who exercise regularly tend not to suffer from medical ailments like diabetes and heart disease. Investing in a gym membership will ultimately pay off for your insurance company from time to time.

Sleep Study

Are you struggling to fall asleep? Most doctors will provide sleep aids, but your insurance may provide the resources you need to address the root of the problem. You may be able to participate in a sleep study that may reveal whether something like sleep apnea or restless leg syndrome keeps you awake at night, and both of these problems can be treated with treatment.

Nurse 24/7

Many health insurance companies provide their members a toll free number where they can talk to nurses enrolled 24 hours a day. This is great if you face mild medical problems late at night or just have questions about treatment that need to be answered before morning.

Always be sure to check your policy before you pay for any procedures or recipes. Nothing tastes better than saving for your health! Things You Do not Know Your Health Insurance Will Pay

Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts

Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts

Whether you are a new couple on your first vacation together or relive the seasonal flame romance, there is no better choice for a romantic getaway than a winter ski holiday. Beautiful mountain views, fine dining opportunities and the flexibility of self-catering or catered ski huts provide the perfect environment to relax and unwind together. Let’s look deeply at some of the most romantic resorts in the world. Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts
Kitzbühel, Austria

While it may be famous for Hahnenkamm, – one of the most grueling and dangerous races on the World Cup circuit – Kitzbühel also has a softer side. As a well established community, and not just a commercial resort, this medieval town is full of Tirolean charm. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the pedestrian downtown, where the brightly painted buildings are lined with towering church towers. Go into one of the cozy restaurants for Glühwein, and your romantic trip will be over.

Cormayeur, Italy

On the Italian side of Mont Blanc, this traditional Italian village is bustling with activity. Via Roma in the center of the village is lined with shops, restaurants and bars. Eating and partying are some of the main attractions in Cormayeur – in fact, many Italians come here for that purpose alone. For others, this means a calm and quiet slope to enjoy.

And, if you’re looking for something a little different, what could be more romantic than seeing Mont Blanc with a cable car? Skyway Monte Bianco takes you to the highest peak peak in Europe, from which you will get the most beautiful views of the Alps.

Champéry, Switzerland

This rustic village wooden chalets can be directly out of The Sound of Music. While the village itself may be small, it is linked to twelve resorts in the intertwined Portes du Soleil area, so you will not lose access to the slopes.

One of the most dramatic features of Champéry is the horizon. Wherever you are in the village, you will look up to see the rocky peak of Dents du Midi. With a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, you will be greeted by the locals like an old friend. This is a beautiful sight for a romantic getaway for two people.

Chamonix, France

Last but not least is the resort of Chamonix. Probably the most romantic ski destination in Europe, Chamonix offers an activity to captivate every couple. The panoramic view of Mont Blanc set the scene for a truly romantic atmosphere.

For anyone who enjoys good food, a remote 250 years old farmhouse, Les Vieilles Luges is the perfect destination for a starry dining experience. Soak up the atmosphere of real wooden beams and wood fireplaces, taste some delicious alpine dishes and really reconnect with your partner. If you are looking for a short break from the slopes, dog sledding is an ideal pairing activity. Either sit on the sled and enjoy the ride, or impress your lover by trying your hand to lead the pack!

After a day of adventurous action, why not relax in one of Chamonix’s ski huts? Alternatively, you can relax in the ice cave, sweat in the sauna or enjoy one of the many luxurious couple treatments on offer.

And voila: this resort will surely lure you and your special someone. From embracing in your catered ski chalet to exploring snowy snowy environments, you are in a holiday that will revolutionize your definition of romance.

Belinda Smythson works for Ski Amis, a specialist ski travel agency and booking service that has helped avid skiers in their perfect winter break for more than a quarter of a century. If you are looking for the best catering accommodation in Three Valleys, Paradiski, Espace Killy or Chamonix Valley, Ski Amis is a go-to company for winter sports enthusiasts looking for a lifelong holiday. Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts

Shipping Insurance Buying or Not Buying

Shipping Insurance Buying or Not Buying

Paying for the delivery of any item, big or small, can be more than enough even before you charge extra for insurance. But before you say no to insurance, read on to see why shipping insurance is more than just peace of mind.

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Shipping Insurance Buying or Not Buying

When you ship a package with a particular carrier, the same company may offer more delivery insurance than you pay to ship the actual package. But it does not have to be that expensive! Did you know that no matter which carrier can choose to send the package, can you choose insurance from a separate company at a big discount? The price can even be up to 85% lower than the cost of the operator!

Insurance Covers Over Damage

Damage in delivery happens probably more than you think. Insurance should be a no brainer under any circumstances, but it’s too easy to think that no horror shipping stories will happen to anything you send. But at a very affordable price, you can insure everything, including damage, loss, and flaws around the world. Shipping Insurance Buying or Not Buying

Easy Claiming Processing

Government offices are too famous for being slow. How many years in your life do you feel like losing in a DMV or post office? When you go with a separate insurance company, you can be sure that if you need to make a claim, the process will be quick and painless. Most of the claims are actually completed in less than 2 weeks!

Whether you are an individual or a business, sending large or small packages anywhere in the world, think twice before you say no to the shipping insurance. You can get a much better deal than you think, and that’s a small price to pay for the confidence you’ll get.

Restoring the Past in the Galapagos

Restoring the Past in the Galapagos

Giant tortoises are one of the best known animals in the Galapagos Islands. And, for nature lovers who choose wildlife holidays in the Galapagos, this is one of the most sought-after encounters. Like many other animals, however, despite its iconic status as the world’s largest tortoise, it faces the challenge of survival, and is now extinct or nearly extinct on several islands in the archipelago.
Of the 14 native populations, only eleven are left – with many of them considered to be highly threatened. The GTRI (The Giant Tortoise Recovery Initiative) is a conservation project  aimed at changing the flow and restoring its population across the island. Restoring the Past in the Galapagos

GTRI work

Established in 2014, GTRI has worked closely with the Directorate of National Parks to achieve a number of objectives. The long-term goals of the initiative include:

• Restoring population to historical summits throughout the archipelago. This includes breeding programs to recover the islands where endemic subspecies have become extinct. Restoring the Past in the Galapagos

• Rejuvenate and restore the required habitat.

• Survey of current population to inform future conservation research and efforts.

• Use genetic advances to improve future conservation programs.

Why Do They Need Help?

In an environment where it has no natural predators for millions of years, the Giant Turtles become the animals most affected by human arrivals on the islands. For years, they were used as a food source by settlers and maritime tourists, who managed to find out that they were able to survive for long at sea. They transport them aboard in holding the ship, and then kill them as needed.

In addition to being a source of food, the population is devastated by the introduction of animals such as dogs, goats, cows and pigs. Dogs and pigs loot eggs and hatchlings, while cattle and goats compete with the turtle’s own food source.

Although it is illegal to catch them today, and introduce animals gradually controlled or removed, in some cases too late. But generating an extinct subspecies, such as endemic disease on the island of Floreana, becomes a reality in itself by GTRI’s deductive work.

Progress Created

Species from Floreana Island have been deemed extinct since 1850. But thanks to advances in DNA testing, scientists were able to determine their genetic traces in 2008. They then tested the hybrid population on Wolf Isabela volcano island that has different DNA, and found that it fits well the extinct Floreana species. How this cross-crossing takes place is a mystery, although the most likely explanation is through human intervention, perhaps by dismantling them among the different islands.

A group of 30 have been transferred to a research center in Santa Cruz, where scientists can analyze their DNA even further. It was found that two were classified F1, meaning that they were descended from two elderly races. Through a breeding program, GTRI now intends to refill Floreana Island with the offspring of these animals – effectively bringing the species back from the dead.

Visit the Past and Future on Holidays in the Galapagos

Thanks to GTRI, past species are now closely related to their future, and it is highly likely that populations can be restored to their natural habitat. Visitors to wildlife vacations in the Galapagos can visit the Tortoise Center in Santa Cruz to see the resurrection of Tortoise Giant Floreana in (albeit very slowly). Restoring the Past in the Galapagos