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'Dream come true': Two new national parks born in Chilean Patagonia
by Dave Sherwood
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26 April 2019
On 26 April 2019 Reuters reported:
The foundation created by the late creator of U.S. clothing brands Esprit and The North Face turned over 407,000 hectares (1 million acres) of forest, mountain, lakes, and glaciers in Patagonia to the government of Chile on Friday (26 April), the Tompkins Conservation Foundation said. Both parks are in a remote region of southern Chile known for its grandiose mountain scenery, untracked Andean peaks and rare species of wildlife ...
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