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Question 1: As in the case of Calfucura many other bands of Mapuches got involved the internal conflicts of Argentina until ________.
AraucanizationCalfucur√°Conquest of the DesertCamino de los chilenos

Question 2: Following the last instructions of Bernardo O'Higgins, the Chilean president Manuel Bulnes sent an expedition to the ________ and founded Fuerte Bulnes in 1843.
Atlantic OceanStrait of MagellanTierra del FuegoPunta Arenas

Question 3: The main trail for this trade was called Camino de los chilenos and run a length of about 1000 km from the ________ to the mountain passes of Neuquén Province.
Buenos Aires ProvinceBahía BlancaLa PlataMerlo Partido

Question 4: Of terrestrial origin, containing remains of ________.
Mammal classificationEven-toed ungulatePrimateMammal

Question 5: Pedro de Mendoza, on whom the country was next bestowed, lived to found ________, but not to carry his explorations to the south.
ArgentinaBuenos AiresBuenos Aires Central Business DistrictPalermo, Buenos Aires

Question 6: Palena Province is one of the provinces of the Los Lagos Region, ________.

Question 7: Its terrain and form are very similar to those of the Alaska Panhandle, the northern Norwegian coast, and New Zealand's ________ region.
FiordlandMilford SoundHomer TunnelSouth Island

Question 8: With the remains of Grypotherium have been found those of the horse (Onoshippidium), which are known only from the lower pampas mud, and of the Arciotherium, which is found, although not in abundance, in even the most modern Pleistocene deposits in the pampas of ________.
Buenos Aires Central Business DistrictArgentinaBuenos AiresPalermo, Buenos Aires

Question 9: It excludes those portions of ________ claimed by both countries.
AntarcticaAtacama DesertDesertKalahari Desert

Question 10: ________ occupy the valleys of the main chain and some of the lateral ridges of the Andean Cordillera.
Ice sheetGlacierCurrent sea level riseLittle Ice Age


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