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Punta Arenas, Chile

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • March 30th, 2016
First part: 

Patagonia, Tierra Del Fuego, The Chilean Fjords

The most popular car in

Punta Arenas

is this old Nissan:

As in many Asian countries, people here don't worry about dangling wires:

In the afternoon we went on a tour to look at Magellanic penguins for the last time:

We were going through the pampas:

We saw Condor on the way. Its wingspan is one of the biggest, after the albatross:

Nandu - the South American ostrich - was crossing the road. This is the closest relative of the Australian birds:

As I wrote in previous articles, Magellanic penguins live in burrows:

This time of year their nestlings hatched:

Twice a day they get out of the burrows and go to the sea for fishing. That's how they spend up to 15 hours a day:

I also managed to take a picture of a long-tailed field lark. Husband was feeding the wife with cocoon of a butterfly:

In the next article I will talk about the city of

Puerto Montt, Chilean lakes, waterfalls, volcanoes, lamas, alpacas, and the Andes

Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com

Translated by: Gian Luka

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