Fakahatchee Boardwalk Topo Map

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The Fakahatchee Strand, about 20 miles long and 3 to 5 miles wide, is the major drainage slough of the southwestern Big Cypress Swamp. It holds the largest stand of native royal palms and the largest concentration and variety of orchids in North America. Overall, the Fakahatchee Strand is considered to have greater natural significance than anywhere of comparable size in Florida. Special Attractions: The forest is unique, consisting of bald cypress, royal palms and thousands of air plants.
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Miami, Florida

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