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Bell Laboratories Develops, Donates Product to Preserve Galapagos Wildlife

Rodent Control Products, Rodents & Mice

Birds, tortoises, iguanas and native plants threatened by invasive rats.

| January 24, 2011

QUITO, ECUADOR – Industry product supplier Bell Laboratories is playing a key role in eliminating invasive rats that are threatening the survival of birds, tortoises, iguanas and native plants of the Galapagos Islands, a place made famous by Charles Darwin, who developed the theory of evolution after visiting the islands.

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