Florida Everglades Information by FlaUSA.info:
The Everglades National Park in Florida was established in 1947 to preserve the biological features and essential primitive conditions of the subtropical Everglades of Florida. It is the largest U.S. national park east of the Rocky Mountains. The Park receives more than a million visitors annually, and contributes $120 million each year to the local economy through tourism revenue. Approximately 25% of the Park's visitors are international travelers.
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