Journal Reporter - Can The Everglades Be Saved?
Profit vs. Nature: Can The Everglades Be Saved? A Report by Max Hofmann.
The Everglades are a rough habitat with oppressive, sultry heat, biting flies and razor-sharp seagrass. Despite that, or perhaps even for this very reason, it's an area with an impressive biodiversity.
The Florida Everglades are famous throughout the world, with alligators as perhaps their best-known inhabitants. However, there’s a new predator in town — and it is wreaking havoc on this remarkable ecosystem.
The Everglades acted as a natural shock absorber that softened Hurricane Irma's impact. But being on the front lines of the most powerful Atlantic storm on record took its toll, threatening a unique wetland wilderness.
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