Puppy Love In The Beagle Channel

Newborn sea lion pups get to know each other on a rocky islet in the Beagle Channel. The channel is named after the HMS Beagle and runs through the middle of Terra del Fuego in Argentina from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In January you’ll discover large colonies of sea lions caring for their pups along with vast numbers of nesting seabirds.

The HMS Beagle sailed from Plymouth Sound on 27 December 1831 under the command of Captain Robert FitzRoy. While the expedition was originally planned to last two years, it lasted almost five returning on 2 October 1836. The ship and this cruise are mostly known because Charles Darwin was part of the expedition. He spent most of this time exploring on land and it resulted in him offering up his theory on the origin of species.

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