Elephant seals, southern right whales and Magellanic penguins all thrive on the Península Valdés, a newly declared Biosphere Reserve in Argentina. WCS has worked to protect wildlife in this region since the 1960s. G. Harris
Argentina’s Península Valdés is home to whales, dolphins, penguins, guanacos, and rheas
July 14th, 2014. Newswise — New York (July 14, 2014) – A rugged peninsula in Argentina’s Patagonia region teeming with wildlife, including southern right whales, Magellanic penguins, massive elephant seals, flightless Darwin’s rheas, and camel-like guanacos, has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Environmental, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
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