Clams, mussels, bivalve molluscs, seafood market, Puerto Montt, Chile.
Dave shops for clams and mussels (bivalve molluscs) at a seafood market in Puerto Montt, Los Lagos Region, Zona Austral, Chile, South America. What international tourist literature calls the "Chilean Lake District" usually refers to the Andean foothills between Temuco and Puerto Montt including three Regions (XIV Los Ríos, IX La Araucanía, and X Los Lagos) in what Chile calls the Zona Sur (Southern Zone). In Chile, Patagonia includes the territory of Valdivia through Tierra del Fuego archipelago. Spanning both Argentina and Chile, the foot of South America is known as Patagonia, a name derived from coastal giants ("Patagão" or "Patagoni" who were actually Tehuelche native people who averaged 25 cm taller than the Spaniards) who were reported by Magellan's 1520s voyage circumnavigating the world. For licensing options, please inquire.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download