Everglades Change In Environment

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Fifth Favorite Essay out of Top Five “Everglades’ Change in Environment” made my top five because I had many different types of information on the Everglades and I supported each reason by using explicit textual evidence. Although my conclusion was only a couple of sentences, I think that it summed up the whole essay perfectly. Everglades’ Change in Environment The Everglades is a national park found in Florida filled with swamps, trees, and wildlife. The Everglades is full of life, but it is now facing a drought which has eroded the original wetlands by 50%. The start of this drought may have started when the settlers first came to Florida. The settlers considered the Everglades useless swampland. Since then they had the idea of draining

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