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The Pantanal is the largest wetland in the world, covering more than 365,00 kilometers of the central floodplains of Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay. This fragile ecosystem is under threat from the silt runoff of deforested highlands and efforts by man to make the area navigable. This assessment includes coverage of migratory birds, aquatic life and mammals such as the black caiman, deer and jaguar.
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