Iberá National Park in northeastern Argentina is part of one of the largest wetlands in South America, but much of its wildlife went extinct in the 20th century due to widespread hunting and habitat loss. Now, a dedicated team of conservationists is working hand in hand with local communities to reintroduce many of the keystone species that were lost, while also helping to preserve the region’s unique cultural heritage. If you want to learn more about the conservationists work you can read this article on our website: https://on.natgeo.com/3eE5WKy
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Last Wild Places: Iberá | National Geographic