The Nationwide Congress of Argentina has accredited the creation of the Iberá Nationwide Park.
Positioned within the province of Corrientes, within the north-east of the nation, it has a floor of 159,800 hectares and can turn into one of many sights of the Litoral Eco-touristic Hall.
This new protected house (situated inside the space of Iberá, which is the second largest wetland worldwide) was donated by the Conservation Land Belief and Flora y Fauna Argentina foundations, and provides to the 553,000 hectares of marshes and wetlands of the adjoining Iberá Provincial Park.
Douglas Tompkins and his spouse, Kristine McDivitt, each founders of CLT, drove the donation initiative.
This new park, along with the Provincial Park, make up an space of 4 thousand species of natural world – nearly 30 per cent of the species acknowledged in Argentina.