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Beagle Channel

Line breaks: Bea¦gle Chan|nel

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Definition of Beagle Channel in English:

A channel through the islands of Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America.

Origin

named after HMS Beagle, the ship of Charles Darwin's voyage of 1831–6.

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