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Everglades, one of the world's greatest wetlands
The National Park of the Everglades, in Florida, is one of the world's greatest wetlands. With 1,5 million acres (6,000 km2), it is the largest remaining subtropical wilderness in North America. The park was created in 1947 to protect a unique ecosystem. Among the wild species living in the Everglades, you may run into the Florida alligators, Florida panther, opossum, lynx, deer or manatee. Photo credit: Allison Christine
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