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anonymous

  • one year ago

will fan and metal what is the okefenokee swamps important for biological diversity in the state

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    help

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    Might be better explained in science area. But I'll give it a shot. The swamp is the headwaters of the Swanee and St. Marys rivers. It's also home to a lot of endagered species and other wildlife that are part of the whole area's ecosystem

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    this is georgia history not science

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