Puerto Madryn, Argentina
Once home to Welsh settlers, Puerto Madryn is known today for its animal life, which Argentina protects in its scenic, remote wildlife preserves. Puerto Madryn is the gateway to many natural splendors, such as Punta Tombo National Reserve, as well as Argentine Patagonia - a small city that caters as a base for exploring the region's remote wildlife preserves and paleontological sites.
Punta Tombo Nature Reserve
This national reserve is one of South America's largest breeding grounds for birds and mammals.
Hundreds of thousands of these birds return to the shores every September. Unfazed by human company, marked trails allow for close viewing.
The Chubut Valley in Patagonia has long been a Mecca for paleontologists. The museum's collection forms a 300 million-year history of Patagonia.
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