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(Spanish ˈtʃako)
(Placename) See Gran Chaco


(ˈtʃɑ kɔ)

1. a part of the Gran Chaco region in central South America, in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina. ab. 100,000 sq. mi. (259,000 sq. km).
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responded to news that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will cancel a planned oil and gas lease sale in the Greater Chaco region.
Washington: Paraguay will boost its rural sector productivity and competitiveness and promote the Chaco region's economic and social integration by improving road conditions and maintenance of National Route 9 with a $160 million loan.
The effects of seasonality and precipitation in the avifauna of the Argentine Southern Chaco Serrano.
A soft wind blows through the empty buildings and down the streets of the ancient town of Chaco.
Charcoal gathered from the Gran Chaco forest in Paraguay is loaded onto trucks before being taken to Europe and the US.
The mysterious Chaco Canyon civilization may have captured a total solar eclipse from 1,000 years ago by carving an image of the blocked-out sun and coronal mass ejections into rock.
The giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus) in the Argentine Chaco
A team from the local Astronomy Association of Chaco dug the huge space rock out of the ground on September 10th, and images of the find soon flooded the internet.
com)-- This October, the National Parks Arts Foundation in cooperation with the National Park Service at Chaco Culture National Historical Park will host NM based painter and computer artists John Vokoun for the third and last of the foundation's 2016 residencies.
Diversity, floristic composition and structure in the Chaco Serrano, Argentina
Durante el periodo 2005-2010 en Argentina se notificaron 112 casos humanos de psitacosis, aunque ninguno involucro a la Provincia del Chaco.