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The Everglades Holiday Park Heading west on Pines Boulevard passing all the new construction and development in the area saying to myself this is man made beauty but I knew it had to stop somewhere and that somewhere was the US 27 road I then proceeded to head north on US 27 and noticed on the right a small area of Dwarf Cypress that are not protected and probably wont be around to long The Everglades National Park is where you go to see the beauty of nature When I first arrived there saw lots of birds and was shocked to see a peacock walking around like it was nothing The park itself was so green and healthy you could even smell a fresher air The first thing that happened was the airboat ride there werent a lot of people aboard but the captain of the boat was not so well with speaking English and understanding it We headed out on the boat through slough that was told it was man-made and not natural which I was surprised because suited the scenery The ride was scary at first it seemed like we going to crash into the tree island because of the way the airboat maneuvers We were going to an island to watch alligator wrestling we arrived and were greeted On the island there was little booths selling either alligator meat jewelry and souvenirs of Native American who were at the Everglades before man know all that was needed to know about the Everglades After touring the small island the alligator show began I learned that there are Two million alligators in the Everglades Also that alligators get their strength from the sun but the day I went was chilly so the alligators were slightly lazy They also cant see at the tip of their nose or straight-ahead and their brain are the size of a humans figure nail We left the
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