+$Watch this two minute video taken in the Galápagos by traveler and WWF employee Heather Finn. Find out what happens when two giant tortoises meet on a narrow path - who will win this show of dominance?
+$“That behavior would be a dominance show – about as aggressive as tortoises get!
+$The raising of the head is how they measure each other and sometimes you can get guttural sounds as well… well, actually more like a heavy breathing. That is part of the show. The one that got the taller neck is the one that probably won….” -+$WWF Galápagos field team
+$WWF’s Work in the Galapagos
+$WWF spearheaded conservation efforts in the Galápagos, including funding of the construction of the Charles Darwin Research Station. For more than 50 years, we have played an integral role in protecting nature in the Galápagos. We want to ensure tourism is done sustainably and can be used as a tool for conservation
+$Travel with WWF to the Galápagos.
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