The subtropical marshland of Florida’s Everglades National Park is like no other in the country. The park was created to protect the fragile ecosystem -- which includes more than 750 species of birds, like this Great Egret, fish, mammals and reptiles.
The subtropical marshland of Florida’s Everglades National Park is like no other in the country. The park was created to protect the fragile ecosystem -- which includes more than 750 species of birds, like this Great Egret, fish, mammals and reptiles. Rodney Cammauf/National Park Service MCT
The subtropical marshland of Florida’s Everglades National Park is like no other in the country. The park was created to protect the fragile ecosystem -- which includes more than 750 species of birds, like this Great Egret, fish, mammals and reptiles. Rodney Cammauf/National Park Service MCT

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