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Cypress trees are a fixture of the Okefenokee's wetlands.
Photo by Larry Lamb

Okefenokee Swamp

The Okefenokee Swamp is a major wetland area supporting the Oak/Gum/Cypress forest type (predominantly cypress). The surrounding area supports the Longleaf/Slash Pine forest type. This is one of three types of wetlands, along with the Everglades (coastal wetland) and Cheyenne Bottoms (interior wetland). This is an example of a wooded wetland.


Playlist of videos about the swamp


 

 
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