The Everglades National Park

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The everglades national park

The everglades national park is located in southern Florida. The variety of this habitat has made it a sanctuary for many animal species even some that are in danger of extinction. Some of the animals that take sanctuary in this national park are an assortment of reptiles such as alligators and snakes, an assortment of birds and even the endangered manatee. The everglades national park was put on the world heritage endangered list in 1993 after the parks superintendent informed the commission of the damage that was done to the park due to the urban growth around the area. The everglade national park was being damaged by many factors due to human interferences. Some of the major interferences
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Some measures that can be taken to preserve this area would be to remove any thing that would cause further damage, to educate people that live in that area of ways to have a fulfilling life and yet still protect the natural wonder that makes this area a wonder to live in and visit, and the most important thing that needs to be done is to remind people that this land is the animals and plants home and that

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