Caleta Zorra (meaning "Bay of foxes" in Spanish) is an enclosed, half-moon shaped inlet on the Pacific coast of Chiloé Island in Los Lagos region, southern Chile. Lying north of Punta Pabellion, it is located among Punta Zorra and Punta Barranco. The nearest residential area is the township of Puerto Carmen.
Areas surrounding the cove are rich natural environments. Whales such as blue whales and fin whale swim just off the bay. Possibly, coast-loving whales such as humpback whales or southern right whales occasionally take rests in the sheltered bay.
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