Wild Galapagos With Mike Rowe
Stream and color Wild Galapagos, a show on Curiosity Stream. I made these Galapagos pages just for you to enjoy while you watch or before you watch or after you watch - use these pages however works best for you!
These pages are based on Pt 2 of this show - there are 2 parts fo enjoy and you can watch them both at Curiosity Stream.
Curiosity Stream is a few bucks a month, but YES it’s worth it and NO they didn’t pay me to say that ;)
We love curiosity stream! It is a streaming service full of awesome documentaries about all the things.
I made these pages specifically from this little show WILD GALAPAGOS WITH MIKE ROWE - it’s a short show about the Galapagos Islands.
The free page below has a tortoise I drew + the word Galapagos in my favorite font to color. I think this is the best turtle-like creature I’ve ever drawn so I hope you love him a lot.
Enjoy coloring this page so much! The button to print it is just below the image.
You might also love some of my other free animal coloring pages
Animals of the Galapagos
This page has three of the animals Mike Rowe talks about in Part 2 of Wild Galapagos - the tortoise, the iguana, and the seal.
I actually found the parts about the cormorant and the other birds more interesting during the show, but I had trouble with making drawings of those that I thought would be any fun to color!
So you get these three cuties. And if you’d love to color some other animals I have a whole section of free animal coloring pages
The Galapagos Islands are famous for the diverse plant and animal life found both on land and in the surrounding seas. And, with more than 400 species of fish, some of the most unique birds on the planet, and an iconic collection other native and endemic Galapagos wildlife, visiting the islands can feel like you’re literally stepping into a National Geographic-style documentary. In actuality, a visit to this remarkable archipelago may be a lot more viable than you think. Here are a number of interesting facts about the Galapagos Islands to pique your curiosity. I found this fun page with some more great info about GALAPAGOS! Use them in your explorations too.