- a river in SW Argentina, in the Andes, flowing E to the Atlantic Ocean. 500 miles (805 km) long.
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They are restricted to the river-oases of the Rio Negro and the Chubut.
South of Chubut lies Port Desire, formed by the estuary of the river, or rather stream, of that name.Wanderings in Patagonia</p>
The Spaniards hailed from that place, and Sinclair, who had sold his Chubut ranch, had left his daughter with friends there.The Terms of Surrender
The low summer temperature does not allow cereals to ripen south of the Chubut.
In the southern region there is no fruit grown, except on a few estates in the Rio Negro and in the valley of Chubut.The Argentine in the Twentieth Century
Albert B. Martinez