Created in 1934 and declared Natural World Heritage in 1984, Iguazú National Park, located in the province of Misiones, at the Argentine Littoral, hosts one of the most beautiful and breathtaking nature wonders: the Iguazú Waterfalls. Its 166,000 acres shelter a great biological diversity of subtropical rainforest: 2000 plant species, 400 bird species and an exotic fauna among which we can mention the yaguareté (American yaguar), the largest feline of the American continent, in extinction danger and Argentina's Natural Monument. At this Park, in the middle of the jungle, the river's plentiful waters that the Guaranies called "big waters" fall vertically producing a thundering rumble: here, water roars...

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