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An area of wetland and swamp that covers one and a half million acres in Florida, Everglades National Park is one of America's biggest. A wetland is the area where water meets ground, and it is packed with animals from both worlds. Vulnerable to weather, part of the park was shut down in 2005 after Hurricane Wilma and it took six months to re-open.

  1. 1. What Hurricane shut down part of the Everglades in 2005?
    1. a. Hurricane Wilma
    2. b. Hurricane Katrina
    3. c. Hurricane Wilbur
  2. 2. How many acres do the Everglades cover?
    1. a. 1.5 million
    2. b. 4 million
    3. c. 2 million
  3. 3. What is the Everglades?
    1. a. A lake
    2. b. Wetland and swamp
    3. c. A river