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Wherever you travel in the Chilean fjord region, you’re sure to see Magellanic penguins swimming, fishing and crowding the rocky shores. A medium-size species of penguin, it can be distinguished by the dark band across...

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The Amalia Glacier, to the east of the Sarmiento Channel in Bernardo O'Higgins National Park, is one of several glaciers along the channel. They are nature's great landscapers, formed when enough snow accumulates in flat or bowl-shaped areas...

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These solitary fliers are easily spotted by their broad wings and short, wedge-shaped tails. As with many avian species, the males and females are colored differently. The male has a white underside with black stripes; its upper parts...

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Because of their webbed feet, sea lions belong to the branch of seals known as pinnipeds. Like fur seals, sea lions are distinct from other seals in that they have external ears, large front flippers and a rotating hip bone that allows...

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Isla Chatham, Natales, Región de Magallanes y de la Antártica Chilena, Chile

You are unlikely to spot a pudú, the smallest deer in the world, from your ship. Not only are they small, but they are famously shy and, while they have been spotted as far south as the Sarmiento Channel, they are more common farther north...