TV Wildlife Host Scott Tucker Creates Waves In Pacific

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Scott Tucker has recently returned from an expedition to the Galapagos Islands, according to HomeAndRecreation.org. The website features an interview where Tucker spoke to the Connecticut based WTNH TV station about his trip. In the article Tucker explains how it felt to be able to get up close to some amazing and unique creatures.

Scott Tucker has recently returned from an expedition to the Galapagos Islands, according to HomeAndRecreation.org. The website features an interview where Tucker spoke to the Connecticut based WTNH TV station about his trip. In the article Tucker explains how it felt to be able to get up close to some amazing and unique creatures.

According the recreation site Tucker was able to swim with sea lions and penguins. He managed to capture on film the giant Galapagos marine lizard. The giant dinosaur-like reptile is the only marine lizard to exist and can only be found on the famously remote archipelago. The Islands have been a renowned wildlife haven ever since Charles Darwin's groundbreaking visit there in 1835.

Scott Tucker created and hosts a TV wildlife show called Expedition New England which airs on the East coast. He usually spends his time documenting animal life and conservation on Long Island Sound. His TV show is known for highlighting how people everywhere can make a positive impact on wildlife preservation. Due to the success of the recent trip Tucker is planning a return expedition to the Galapagos Islands next year. You can see some of Tucker's extraordinary photos and videos on his website here.    

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