Austin Whittall
Most Recent Book Title
Monsters of Patagonia
Book Description
A serious yet lively account of the mythical beings of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego and their possible explanation in scientific or historical terms. This book explores Native American legends, the journals of explorers with a critical and skeptical point of view. It is the ultimate guide to Patagonia's vast menagerie of exotic creatures. An indispensable reference book for any serious cryptozoologist.
Location (city/state/country)
Florida / Buenos Aire / Argentina
Author bio
Austin Whittall has worked in international technical sales and marketing of specialty and commodity chemicals used in a wide variety of industries for over thirty years.

He is happily married to Perla and they both love to travel, cook and enjoy life.

Austin has learned that building lasting personal relationships, going the extra mile to satisfy customers' requirements, being reliable and trustworthy is the key to develop a sustainable business.

Austin has a wide variety of interests, he has researched the myths of Patagonia and published a book on its mythical creatures. He has also successfully started and operates two specialty niche-travel websites.

He is an industrial engineer from the University of Buenos Aires.

Austin's interest in healthy lifestyles dates back to his youth and he has expanded his education by taking training courses to enhance and diversify his knowledge on nutrition, diets, and weight control, exercise, and mental health.

Austin is a member of IPPA (Internet Professional Publishers Association), Wellness Universe, Engaged Patients, Professional Beauty Association, Gluten Intolerance Group, IWA (International Web Association), Health Walkers and Voices for Vaccines, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and SLTC (Sociedad Latinoamericana de Tecnología del Caucho) among others.

He blogs about an early date for the arrival of human beings to America and posts regular articles at his health, fitness and wellness website

Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

"To finish the moment, to find the journey’s end in every step of the road, to live the greatest number of good hours, is wisdom."

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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