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Beagle Channel in Argentina 

Beagle Channel in Argentina 

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Beagle Channel is a strait in Tierra del Fuego Archipelago on the extreme southern tip of South America between Chile and Argentina.
The area, declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, is currently under threat due to the imminent installation of Norwegian salmon farms, with huge aquatic cages where thousands of Atlantic salmons are introduced.
This not native species only survives thanks to the excessive antibiotic treatments that will contaminate one of the cleanest and most pristine areas of the planet. 
View from Beagle Channel in Argentina
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Flag Tree in Estancia Harberton, Argentina
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Landscape in Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Beagle Channel in Argentina
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Upland Geese in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Imperial Shags in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Stream in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Forest in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Forest in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Forest in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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Waterfall in the Beagle Channel, Argentina
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