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Florida Everglades Best Seen by Airboati
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Arash Arabasadi
November 02, 2012 7:46 PM
It's been called a "river of grass," and Everglades National Park, located in the American state of Florida, is certainly that. Its name combines "forever" and "glades," the Old English word for a grassy, open place. The Native Americans who lived there called it "Pa-Hay-Okee," or "grassy waters." Arash Arabasadi took a tour in a small section of the massive 607,000 hectare marsh and fished-out this story.

Florida Everglades Best Seen by Airboat

Arash Arabasadi

Published November 02, 2012

It's been called a "river of grass," and Everglades National Park, located in the American state of Florida, is certainly that. Its name combines "forever" and "glades," the Old English word for a grassy, open place. The Native Americans who lived there called it "Pa-Hay-Okee," or "grassy waters." Arash Arabasadi took a tour in a small section of the massive 607,000 hectare marsh and fished-out this story.


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