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The Everglades are a wetland system of international importance. The majority is a grassy wetland type but there are also stands of wooded cypress wetlands. Alligators and crocodiles can both be found here though crocodiles are much more rare.
Playlist of videos about the park.
U. S. and Canada Image Gallery Photo
Southern Florida [25.4 oN, 80.8 oW]
National Park Service Learn about the habitats, animals, geology, and more in the .
Everglades National Park UNESCO listing
American Park Network - NASA Classroom of the Future
Exploring The Environment - Check out their Everglades Information Network
digital library Mitchell, J.G. "Our Disappearing Wetlands." National Geographic. Vol. 182, No. 4, p. 3. October, 1992.
Mairson, A. "The Everglades: Dying for Help." National Geographic. Vol. 185, No. 4, p. 2. April, 1994.
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