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Where is the world’s largest marsh

The Everglades in Florida is the world’s largest marsh, consisting of 2,185 square miles (5,659 square kilometers). The water across this southern Florida marsh averages six inches (15 centimeters) in depth. The Everglades is an endangered ecosystem, threatened by excess drainage and the introduction of exotic plants.


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