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Pantanal National Park

About the park

Pantanal is a national park in Brazil and in some parts of eastern Bolivia and Western Paraguay.
The park is well known because it is the worlds largest wetland area. The Pantanal covers over 140,000 square kilometres. Location of the park
Here you can find a large diversity of animal and plants, in this large and mossy wetland. The wetland includes swamps, rainforests and waterfalls.

The Brazilians call it their garden of Eden, because of the uncountable meres and rivers, swamps, rainforests, lagoons and the wildly divers ecosystem.
The Pantanal floods during the wet season, submerging over 80% of the area.
The flooding nurtures the world's richest collections of aquatic plants, making Pantanal one of the most special places on earth.

Pantanal can be described as one of the worlds most amazing national parks. In every part of the park there are different species that you can admire. In the ecosystem of the Pantanal you can find over 3,500 species of plants, 80 species of reptile, 100 mammals and over 650 birds.

 

 

Pantanal flood

Pantanal scenery