The Zig-zag spider, an araneid (neoscona cooksoni) , in the highlands of Santiago Island, where Charles Darwin camped for nine d
9538600014 © Eric Rorer / Aurora Photos
Image ID
9538600014
Copyright
Eric Rorer / Aurora Photos
License
Rights Managed
File size
50 MB - 5120 x 3413 px (17.07 x 11.38 inch @ 300dpi)
Releases
Not Necessary
Location
Santiago Island, Galapagos, Ecuador
Date Shot
05/07/2006
Caption
The Zig-zag spider, an araneid (neoscona cooksoni) , in the highlands of Santiago Island, where Charles Darwin camped for nine days in 1835. On his route to the highlands on this island, Darwin would have walked right though the general area where this photograph was taken, at about 2,000 feet in elevation. (Photo by Eric Rorer/Aurora)
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