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28/04/2015 Research

Lost Years Project Update

Dr Steve Blake and the Lost Years project team have been hard at work since the beginning of the year. Find out what they've been up to...

Photograph of Pete Haskell

Pete Haskell

Former Communications Officer at Galapagos Conservation Trust

Blog, Lost Years Tortoises © Steve Blake

Dr Steve Blake and his project team have been hard at work since the beginning of the year. As we near the end of the tortoise hatching season, we wanted to give you an update on what you have helped to achieve by supporting the Lost Years Appeal.

Here are some highlights from what the team has been up to over the last few months…

Lost Years News

Thank you again for your support towards this important research. If you would like to learn more or give further support to the project, please visit the Lost Years Appeal.

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