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  • Tour a rare South Florida Pineland

    In Miami suburbs, last remnants of the world’s rarest forest endure — at least for now. Botanists and conservationists have long fought to save the rare forest, which harbors a menagerie of endangered animals and plants, including one beetle and 31 plants that can be found no where else.

In Miami suburbs, last remnants of the world’s rarest forest endure — at least for now. Botanists and conservationists have long fought to save the rare forest, which harbors a menagerie of endangered animals and plants, including one beetle and 31 plants that can be found no where else. Patrick Farrell Miami Herald
In Miami suburbs, last remnants of the world’s rarest forest endure — at least for now. Botanists and conservationists have long fought to save the rare forest, which harbors a menagerie of endangered animals and plants, including one beetle and 31 plants that can be found no where else. Patrick Farrell Miami Herald

Last remnants of the world’s rarest forest endure

May 04, 2017 6:00 AM