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Darwin’s arch at Galapagos Islands collapses

Date: 21 May 2021 Tags: Geography & Environment
  • Darwin's Arch, a famed natural rock formation in the Galapagos Islands that is popular with divers, photographers and cruise-ship tourists, has collapsed from erosion.
  • The arch, named after British naturalist Charles Darwin, stands at the northernmost tip of the Galapagos Islands, a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean 965 km west of Ecuador.
  • Once a part of Darwin's Island, the arch is famed for the variety of underwater life teeming nearby, including schools of hammerhead sharks. Tourists are not allowed to set foot on the arch or island.