Penguins – these were more shy than the other animals; they turn their backs to try to blend in with the rocks and they don’t tend to go to the inhabited parts of islands.
Sharks! – these are called tintoreras, white tipped sharks. They often sleep in the day, and feed on reef fish at night in total darkness.
Crabs – sometimes colourful and sizeable, always plentiful!
Darwin’s Finches – these little birds have no fear, and they’ve evolved with different beaks to adapt to their different foods. We think the yellow ones are canaries, according to a bird book.
Endemic mockingbird – they have a lovely song!
Garza Nocturna, I think, and another type of bird…identification getting a bit sketchy now!
I think these are Albatross even though they’re on Frigate hill (just looking at the colouring and the shape of their beaks). I don’t think I managed to get any Frigate birds on camera (the ones that puff out their red chests, which I didn’t see happening anyway!)