Altera o tamanho da letra
Report from the program Terra da Gente that will be presented this saturday visited the region of Esters of Iberá, Argentina, known as the Pantanal of Argentina. The region is in an area flooded with wildlife and is considered a nursery for fish.
According to the report, the landscape and animals are familiar to the Brazilian and in the region there is a perfect blend of flora and fauna.
An excerpt: "The region, known as the Iberá Wetlands, has 300 km², twice the size of Brazilia. An area of wetlands, lagoons, continental islands and almost no human interferance".
Also the report said, 80 years ago the place was almost inaccessible, counting only the presence of native hunters and fugitives from justice. Now, the neighborhood has residents living and care for the earth, but without forgetting to preserve species of animals present, such as birds, alligators and fish.
The Esteros of Ibera is located in the province of Corrientes in northern Argentina, near the borders with Paraguay and Brazil.
Just as in the Brazilian Pantanal, many tourists visit the Esteros because of the bird-watching and also for fishing.