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Wetlands are found anywhere shallow bodies of water are present. Most of the wetlands on earth are best accessed from a boat. If you live near a lake or pond and have a boat you will most likely be able to find a wetland somewhere around the edges. However, if you'd like to see some of the more impressive wetlands you should book a tour. Here is a list of some of our favorites.

Okanaga Delta Africa

Florida Everglades - North America (USA)

Pantanal - South America (Brazil)

Kakadu National Park (Australia) - for its Billabongs.

Louisiana Bayou (USA)

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