Darwin’s Arch, an attractive natural bridge less than that, has been reported to have collapsed Kilometers From the main area Carrots Darwin, the Environment Ministry reported Ecuador. She added that Darwin’s arch collapsed as a result of “natural erosion.”
Darwin’s arch collapsed on Monday May 17 at around 11:20 am local time. Divers from the Aggressor Adventures group watched the action from the boat. Nothing happened to anyone.
Darwin’s Arch. What is it worth to know about?
The rock arch is named after the English biologist Charles Darwin. The scientist visited the Galapagos Islands in 1835. Based on the research of native birds, he developed his famous theory of evolution.
This is one of the best places to dive and observe the sharks and other species that live in the area. After Darwin’s Arc collapsed, the resulting rock formation was called “Pillars of Evolution,” according to the Aggressor Adventures travel site.
Galapagos Islands It is located at a distance of 906 Kilometers Western Ecuadorean mainland. It is known for its unique fauna and flora. The archipelago has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1976. It is made up of 234 islands, bays and rocks. Four of these islands have a population of about 30,000. Persons.
The arc of collapse is a reminder of just how fragile our world is. While humans don’t have much to do to stop geological processes like erosion, we can do our best to protect the islands’ precious marine life, commented Jane Jones of the Galapagos Conservation Trust that protects endangered animals in the Galapagos Islands.