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The Pantanal, Brazil’s Inland Wetlands

By Ernest White, November 2012

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Who would expect that one of the world’s largest wetlands would be situated thousands of miles away from the coast, virtually in the middle of a continent? Known for its incredible biodiversity and stunning sunsets, the Pantanal—a UNESCO World Heritage Site which sprawls over almost 75,000 sq mi of territory in Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay—is an immense floodplain ecosystem of lush plant life and a dizzying array of animal species: jaguars, caimans, anacondas, anteaters, iguanas, wolves, macaws, otters, and yes, mosquitoes.

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Photo credit: Raphael Milani via Flickr.

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