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 (16.9 sq mi)

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.