Sunset over rock pinelands in Everglades National Park in 1997. Endangered pineland has shrunk to just two percent of its historic territory outside the park. Last year, a Palm Beach County developer bought part of the largest intact tract near Zoo Miami and plans on building a Walmart-anchored shopping center and apartments.
Sunset over rock pinelands in Everglades National Park in 1997. Endangered pineland has shrunk to just two percent of its historic territory outside the park. Last year, a Palm Beach County developer bought part of the largest intact tract near Zoo Miami and plans on building a Walmart-anchored shopping center and apartments. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Sunset over rock pinelands in Everglades National Park in 1997. Endangered pineland has shrunk to just two percent of its historic territory outside the park. Last year, a Palm Beach County developer bought part of the largest intact tract near Zoo Miami and plans on building a Walmart-anchored shopping center and apartments. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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