Chile, Flanking the southwestern coast of South America – at 2,880 miles it's longer than the distance from Boston to Los Angeles – Chile is abundant in natural resources, relatively in small population and features a variety of landscapes from the high Atacama desert to the famous fjords, mountains and lakes of Patagonia, home of the Torres del Paine National Park (pictured).
#Punta Tombo Chubut Province, #Argentina Along with the majestic nature that visitors can experience while visiting #Patagonia, there are some unique opportunities to see animals. @Getupandgotours Via: http://www.getupandgo.in/adventure-trips/
Península Valdés-----Península Valdés Península Valdés in Patagonia is a site of global significance for the conservation of marine mammals. It is home to an important breeding population of the endangered southern right whale as well as important breeding populations of southern elephant seals and southern sea lions. The orcas in this area have developed a unique hunting strategy to adapt to local coastal conditions.
The Crab-eating Raccoon (Procyon cancrivorus) is a species of raccoon native to marshy and jungle areas of Central and South America (including Trinidad and Tobago). It is found from Costa Rica south through most areas of South America east of the Andes down to northern Argentina and Uruguay.