Vultur Gryphus

Vultur Gryphus

An aerial photograph captures a plume of ashes spewed by the Chaiten volcano near the city of Chaiten, 1,200 km south of Santiago on May 31, 2008

An aerial photograph captures a plume of ashes spewed by the Chaiten volcano near the city of Chaiten, 1,200 km south of Santiago on May 31, 2008

Chaiten Volcano eruption (2008)

Amazing pictures: The lightning storm that engulfed an erupting volcano

Chaiten Volcano eruption (2008)

View of an eruption column from Chaitén Volcano, Chile, photographed on May 26, 2008. The caldera is about 3 km (1.9 miles) in diameter from rim to rim. The knobby feature between the eruption column and the left rim is part of a lava dome that formed after the 7,400 BC eruption. U.S. Geological Survey photograph by J.N. Marso.

View of an eruption column from Chaitén Volcano, Chile, photographed on May 26, 2008. The caldera is about 3 km (1.9 miles) in diameter from rim to rim. The knobby feature between the eruption column and the left rim is part of a lava dome that formed after the 7,400 BC eruption. U.S. Geological Survey photograph by J.N. Marso.

#Vulture #BirdsofPrey #Andean-Condor (Vultur gryphus) it has the largest wingspan (at 3.2 m or 10.5 ft) of any land bird - http://www.dunway.com/bird_package/index.html

#Vulture #BirdsofPrey #Andean-Condor (Vultur gryphus) it has the largest wingspan (at 3.2 m or 10.5 ft) of any land bird - http://www.dunway.com/bird_package/index.html

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mountainous chile... Been from Iquique to Castro and everywhere in between. And going again!

mountainous chile... Been from Iquique to Castro and everywhere in between. And going again!

Rio Baker, Patagonia, Chile

Rio Baker, Patagonia, Chile

Rio Baker, Chile - La Región de Aisén (XI). Diario La Nación - noticias de Chile y el mundo - Con fotos y libro celebran 30 años de la Carretera Austral

Rio Baker, Chile - La Región de Aisén (XI). Diario La Nación - noticias de Chile y el mundo - Con fotos y libro celebran 30 años de la Carretera Austral

The Marble Caves of Patagonia were created by the clear waters of Rio Tranquilo that dug into a giant limestone peninsula, creating an impressive labyrinth of caves.

The Marble Caves of Patagonia were created by the clear waters of Rio Tranquilo that dug into a giant limestone peninsula, creating an impressive labyrinth of caves.

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