No city is closer to the extensive wild space known as the Everglades that Miami, a 2,500,000 million population urban sprawl that includes Dade County in the conurbation known as Miami-Dade, a mere 45 miles from the vast and wild Everglades. The Everglades, by contrast, is the single most costly environmental preservation project in American history, originally, 4,000 square miles of undrained marshes (now reduced by roughly half), rivers, canals and swampland filled with alligators, manatees, and panthers.





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