A 100+ year old Pinta Island giant tortoise named Lonesome George was the loneliest and rarest animal on the planet. Lonesome George was the last of his subspecies found on the Galapagos Islands west of South America. Researchers at Charles Darwin Research Station offered a $10,000 reward for a suitable mate, reproduction attempts over the past few decades with similar subspecies were unsuccessful. On June 24th, 2012 at 8am Fausto Llerena, George’s caretaker for 40 years found George dead in his habitat. It is suspected George died due to unknown natural causes.Like Most Watched Today on Facebook and you will always have the best online videos.
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