The collapse of Darwins Arch is a reminder of how fragile the world where we live is. We can’t do almost anything to prevent natural erosion and similar geological processes, but we can protect the underwater world.
Darwins Arch, a famous natural rock formation in the Galapagos Islands, collapsed as a result of erosion. We can’t see this arch in the same shape as we saw before. Right now there are only two pillars. Only the remains of the arch can be seen in the photos published on social networks by the Ecuadorian Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Darwins Arch, an attractive natural bridge located less than a kilometer from the main area of Darwin’s Island, collapsed due to natural erosion. Once, this arch was connected with the island. This is one of the best places on the planet for diving, shark watching, and watching the other species.
The Galapagos Islands named this arch after the British naturalist Charles Darwin, the founder of the first scientific and today accepted theory of the evolution of living things. Today we know that as Darwinism. He studied medicine first, then theology. The Galapagos has been under UNESCO protection since 1978, and in the archipelago, we can find about 30,000 inhabitants. In this archipelago, we can find 234 islands, numerous bays, and stone rocks.
The collapse of Darwin’s Arch is a good reminder of how fragile the world where we live is. We can’t do anything to stop some of the natural processes, but we can protect the underwater world. This place was one of the main tourist attractions. At this place, we can saw some of the largest flocks of hammerhead sharks in the world.