Giant Airplants cling to tree trunks above the swamp in the Florida Everglades. Creating their own small, ecosystems within themselves, they hold water to survive the dry seasons and play an important role in their habitat. These bromeliads provide shelter and water for small organisms like tree frogs, lizards, and mosquito larvae.
FLORIDA: EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, National Parks of the United States
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