World's Largest swamp



The Pantanal is the world's largest swamp and it is located in south western Brazil, with small parts of it stretching into Bolivia and Paraguay

The Pantanal, which means "marshland" in Spanish, has the distinction of being the world's largest swamp. The Pantanal is covering a surface of 150,000 square kilometers, bigger than England. During the rainy season (December-May), 80% of the area is flooded and here the highest variety of water plants in the world. It is already listed in the Guinness world records of 2013.