Galapagos Crake

The Galapagos Crake or Galapagos Rail (Laterallus spilonotus) is a small rail endemic to the Galapagos Islands. It resembles the closely related Black Rail of The Americas. It is threatened by introduced species, such as goats and cats, and is considered vulnerable.

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... The Galapagos Crake, despite being a nearly flightless island living rail, has managed to survive the arrival of humans in the Galapagos ... As most of the Galapagos Crake's habitat lies in a national park, and efforts are underway to remove the introduced species doing the most harm, the future ...