Chile Nature: contrasts that coexist

Torres del Paine at March

Chile’s coasts protect its whale population from hunting. These giants of the sea swim freely through the nation’s waters and can be admired throughout the nation but are perhaps best seen around the island of Chiloé — the site of a recently inaugurated and highly praised marine reserve. Similar initiatives allow for the protection of diverse species of endemic trees, among them the larch, the second eldest variety in the world with specimens in Chile dating back more than 3 and a half millennia.

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