#33 Prehistoric Remains on the isles of Chiloé

Sixto González and his brothers continue to administrate and enriche the legacy that their father left them. González’s father, Don Serafín, founded the Museo Puente Quilo about 20 kilometers from Ancud on Chiloé’s Isla Grande. Don Serafín started the museum in 1988 when he discovered archeological remains in the patio of his house. Today the family has a strange collection of animal remains, including two complete sperm whale skeletons, stone tools used by the Huilliche people, and fossils.