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Everglades National Park, Florida Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, boasts rare and endangered species.

COMPLETED!  The Everglades - South Florida. Experience this at Port of the Islands Everglades Adventure Resort! @POIResort

The Everglades - South Florida. Experience this at Port of the Islands Everglades Adventure Resort!

A swamp tour through the Florida Everglades. Billie Swamp Safari on the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation

A Visit to the Florida Everglades and the Big Cypress Reservation

A swamp tour through the Florida Everglades. Billie Swamp Safari on the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation.

Everglades National Park, Florida.  Photo: smittyholdings vis flickr

Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL The Everglades National Park is Florida's a huge expanse of native florida with a single road. It has a diverse landscape of plants and animals with plenty of alligators

Everglades Landforms - Mangrove Swamp In areas near the coast where the salt water of the gulf and Florida Bay meets the fresh water traveling from Lake Okechobee is realm of the mangrove trees. These trees prefer brackish water, and are responsible for creation of much new land because their roots and trunks trap organic material in the water. Mangrove swamps cover more than 500 square miles in the park. (Everglades National Park, Florida)

Everglades National Park - view from the airboat through the everglades. What a THRILL!

Everglades Natinal Park Quick Facts | Everglades Tours February 05, 2015

Everglades Natinal Park Quick Facts

Everglades National Park is a place that show s the great love of human for other living beings.

Covering 1.5 million acres, Everglades National Park protects nearly 20 percent of Florida’s famous Everglades.

Florida In Heat - Animals In Everglades National Park

FLORIDA: Covering million acres, Everglades National Park protects nearly 20 percent of Florida’s famous Everglades.

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