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Tropical rainforest systems are a marvel. Their complex structure and complex community structure with close relationships between plants, animals, and micro-organisms have provided fitness to support the growth of large herbivores. Many experts argue that these rainforests are the main reason behind the global biodiversity and global warming. In essence, they function as a carbon sink, which is why they are important to both climate change and to conservation. Over the past 2 decades, the Brazilian government has  established 37 conservations in the system, including the Iguazu National Park, which covers a huge portion of the Pantanal. The Pantanal is an largest protected area in the world, and contains the bulk of Brazil’s species diversity. 20% of the world’s species live in the Pantanal, including the endangered jaguar. Because of its size, the Pantanal supports a huge amount of animals and birds. It is estimated that 10% of the continent’s vegetation resembling that of Amazonia can be found in the Pantanal, placed here primarily for its wooded areas rather than for tourism. However, much of this vegetation is highly adapted to the Pantanal’s diverse conditions, and is able to produce up to 100 different species of birds and 25 species of mammals. Grizzlies, wild dogs, monkeys, snakes, lizards, and becoming more numerous, wild pigs have 

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 become integral parts of the Pantanal ecosystem. Recreation in the Pantanal ãoessen, or seessen as it is called in Portuguese, is the Pantanal’s largest city and administrative center. It also happens to be the port city of Bauru, the refueling point on ships going to and from the Pantanalá camp. It is a charming city, big enough to have restaurants and hotels spread right throughout its 3.500 square kilometers. Nothing can compare to the Pantanal’s green spaces such as parks, beaches, and botanical gardens. For the nature lover, the Pantanal is a perfect destination. It is where nature rules and man is left behind. The Pantanal is home to more than 60 species of endangered wildlife, including the only species of bat in the world, the little brown bat. There are also 16 different species of fish, including mangrove cestival in the mangrove forests. Fishermen and nature lovers will love the Pantanal’s mangrove tuna, sailfish, wahoo, mojarrita, jacks, petrels, and cormorants. The Pantanal is very easy to explore and is certain to give you a pleasurable nature experience. But if you have no time to do a tour or you just want to see what the Pantanal has to offer, here are some of the best natural attractions to keep you busy. Elephant safari in Paarl One of the most popular wildlife safari destinations is in the town of Paarl, which is also the headquarters of the Trekking Company in the India Himalayas. It is here that you can see elephants roaming around, alluring tourists and taking photographs.paarl-namibia.comalflor-tropical-park.com Green Island in the Indian Express Located at about ardent 15,000 feet, it is the green island that serves as a trekkers’ paradise. The Pilanesberg National Park is home to wild elephants, clouded leopards, giraffes, hippos, reedbuck, bushbuck, odalis, testimagla, aardvark antelope, zebra, wildebeest… Actually, there are so many animals in the park that it is difficult to believe that it is the same park over and over again. Conservation Area in the Chobe National Park The Chobe National park is also a UNESCO World heritage site. It is certainly the biggest park in Africa and as many as 260 different species of birds can be seen in this wildlife sanctuary. As you can see, the Chobe National park is a good destination for safari and nature experience.
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