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Photos capture importance of Florida's Everglades

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The Everglades have been listed as a World Heritage in Danger site by the United Nations. Located at the southern tip of Florida, the Everglades National Park is America's largest subtropical wilderness and considered by many as a litmus test for conservation around the world.

In this First Person report, landscape photographer Clyde Butcher talks about how his pictures have helped highlight the importance of Florida's Everglades, where he and his wife Niki have lived for more than 30 years.

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