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Another of the Galapagos 15 is the Red-Footed Booby, related to the Nazca and Blue-Footed Booby. This booby species can grow up to 30 inches in length with a wingspan of up to 57 inches. Their beaks are light blue turning to pink around the mouth.
The third animal, also a bird of the Big 15, is the Nazca Booby which are cousins to the blue-footed boobies. They have short, flat, orange beaks with a snow-white plumage and black feet.
The second animal listed for the Galapagos Big 15 is the Blue-Footed Booby, considered one of the most colorful large birds that nest in the Galapagos. Their conspicuous, cartoon-looking bright blue feet, along with their mating dance are often an enticing attraction to most visitors.
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