Iguazu falls, and the twin national parks of Iguazú National Parks in Argentina and Iguaçu national park across the border in Brazil

The Iguazu falls lie at the centre of a pair of twin national parks. Between Iguaçu national park which covers 1853 square km and Iguazú National Park which covers 677 square km.

Made up of the largest waterfall system in the world.  Along with other protected areas, they protect over 2000 species of plants, 400 species of bird and as much as 80 species of mammals. 

The area consists of subtropical forests, and is populated by a wide range of wildlife. Some of the most well-known include the giant anteater, the harpy eagle, and a whole group of South American wildcats: the jaguar, puma, ocelot t, margay, and even the geoffroy’s cat. Other species include the South American karate, black capuchin monkeys, toucans and a range of others..

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