Everglades National Park is situated on the southern tip of Florida, and is a famous subtropical wetland park. At the same time, it is also the third largest national park in the United States. Within the park habitat, there over one hundred species of animals, such as grey heron, little egret, and Florida black panther. There are also hundreds of species of plants, such as Mahogany, Oak, and Bursera. The park attracts tens of thousands of visitors.