Everglades National Park ensures 1.5 million sections of land of bog and bog, an imperative and delicate biological system that backings gators, American crocodiles, Florida jaguars, deer, turtles, egrets, manatees, stream otters, and numerous different species. It is one of the biggest stops in the nation and offers a one of a kind chance to see some of these animals in nature.
The whole territory is a wide, shallow waterway that streams from Lake Okeechobee to the Bay of Florida. The base of this stream is permeable limestone over the highest point of a bedrock base called the Tamiami Formation. It gets precipitation and goes about as southern Florida's primary water repository.