Cucao and Huillinco

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Cucao and Huillicno Lake
Lago Cucao y Huillinco
Lago Cucao-tarde.jpg
View of Cucao Lake
Primary outflows Cucao River, also called Desaguadero River
Basin countries Chile
Surface area 43.8 km²

Cucao and Huillinco are two lakes in central Chiloé Island, Chile, linked by a strait forming one hydrologic lake. The two lakes are orinted in west-east fashion cutting of the Chilean Coast Range in Chiloé Island into two ranges; Piuchén to north and Pirulil to the south. The outlet of the lakes, Desaguadero or Cucao River lies at Cucao Lakes western end, and flows into the Pacific.