A sign of things to come?
I think so and so does Johnny Enlow.
But first, let’s take a look at what happened.
Named after the explorer, “Darwin’s Arch” is in the Galapagos Islands.
Or “was” there….now it’s wiped out!
Take a look:
Natural erosion finally took its toll on Darwin’s Arch, a famous rock formation off the coast of the remote Galápagos Islands, forcing the top of the archway to collapse into the Pacific Ocean: https://t.co/PmOq3CpeUP
— AccuWeather (@accuweather) June 6, 2021
On 17th May 17 2021, this famous natural bridge named for the English Biologist collapsed into the Pacific Ocean, a result of erosion, according to Ecuador’s Ministry for the Environment. pic.twitter.com/AJoDcuz9kV
— DAILY BUGLE (@Dailybugle1898) June 9, 2021
Darwin's Arch collapsed and left the locals devastated, but what was behind its collapse?
In this case, human activities isn't completely to blame, the main source of the arch collapse is erosion