Does anybody know if there are currently, or have been historically, any endemic species from the Galapagos Islands beyond the ubiquitous tortoises in zoos anywhere in the world? Galapagos penguins? Marine iguanas? Darwin's finches? Lava lizards? I have never seen or heard of any Galapagos species other than tortoises in zoos, and am curious why that is given their scientific importance. I imagine that Ecuador strictly prohibits their collection and export, but obviously the tortoises were collected at some point. Any insight or information is appreciated. Thank you.