This video is called Galápagos Fish.
From Wildlife Extra:
Marlin and wahoo to be tagged in Galapagos
Discovering more about fish’s lifecycles
February 2011: An exciting new project to tag spectacular large pelagic fish is being launched. The work will be in the Galapagos Marine Reserve, as well as extending to the wider Pacific Ocean and is being masterminded by The Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands (CDF) and The Offield Family Foundation of Chicago.
Striped marlin and wahoo will be the first species to be tracked, with the goal of discovering how much time within their lifecycle they spend in the protected waters of Galapagos and the locations of their breeding and nursery grounds and where they feed.
Scientists in Galapagos Islands launch rat-bait drop to save unique species: here.
Protecting the Galapagos islands, BBC video here.
The introduction of a new form of fishing threatens to undermine the marine ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands, according to the nonprofit International Galapagos Tour Operators Association (IGTOA): here.
ScienceDaily (Sep. 16, 2011) — Renewed vigilance over the biosecurity of the Galápagos Islands is needed, based on new research on the risk posed by West Nile virus. Scientists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), the University of Leeds and the New York State Department of Health, together with the Galápagos National Park Service and University of Guayaquil, have been studying the disease threat posed by Islands’ mosquito populations. They have discovered that a species of these biting insects is capable of transmitting West Nile virus, a potentially dangerous disease for the archipelago’s unique wildlife: here.