See What Makes Los Glaciares National Park So Incredible

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Los Glaciares National Park is located in Patagonia, Argentina. The national park covers 4200 square kilometres, which is approximately the size of Vermont.

The park is also home to an incredible variety of flora and fauna. The park is home to 23 species of puma, which makes it one of the most important puma sanctuaries in the world.

The park is also a host to the largest active calving ground for southern right whales. In addition, the park protects the land of hundreds of species of birds, such as swans and the Magellanic goose.

The park is also home to the Andean condor, a bird that has been on the decline. Because only a few of these birds remain in captivity, the National Park focuses on protecting the birds in the wild.

The park’s land is also home to the Los Glaciares National Reserve, which is a protected area of about 3000 square kilometres. The reserve is important because of the unique and fragile ecosystems that it protects.