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The '''Pantanal''' is a [[Terrain (Civ6)#Natural Wonders|Natural Wonder]] in ''[[Civilization VI]]''.
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''"The Pantanal is the most complex intertropical alluvional plain of the planet and perhaps the least known area of the world."''
 
''"The Pantanal is the most complex intertropical alluvional plain of the planet and perhaps the least known area of the world."''
   
-Aziz Ab'Saber
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- Aziz Ab'Saber
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The '''Pantanal''' is a [[Terrain (Civ6)#Natural Wonders|Natural Wonder]] in ''[[Civilization VI]]''.
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
Four tile natural wonder. It appears as {{Link6|Marsh}} and provides +2 {{Food6}} and +2 {{Culture6}}.
 
Four tile natural wonder. It appears as {{Link6|Marsh}} and provides +2 {{Food6}} and +2 {{Culture6}}.
   
== Civilopedia Entry ==
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== Historical Context ==
 
The Pantanal is considered the world’s largest tropical wetlands, spreading out to as much as 195 thousand square kilometers (about 75 thousand square miles) of water, bog, quagmire, and muck. It is, of course, home to an extremely diverse bio-system of flora and fauna, including some 1000 species of birds and 480 species of reptiles. For centuries, the native Bororo lived happily among these, but by the end of the 1800s they had pretty well been annihilated by disease and Brazilian explorers, slave traders, prospectors, and settlers. Now several Brazilian cities are located within the Pantanal.
 
The Pantanal is considered the world’s largest tropical wetlands, spreading out to as much as 195 thousand square kilometers (about 75 thousand square miles) of water, bog, quagmire, and muck. It is, of course, home to an extremely diverse bio-system of flora and fauna, including some 1000 species of birds and 480 species of reptiles. For centuries, the native Bororo lived happily among these, but by the end of the 1800s they had pretty well been annihilated by disease and Brazilian explorers, slave traders, prospectors, and settlers. Now several Brazilian cities are located within the Pantanal.
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
[[File:Natural Wonder Pantanal.jpg|thumb|453x453px]]
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[[File:Natural Wonder Pantanal closeup (Civ6).jpg|thumb|452x452px]]
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File:Natural Wonder Pantanal.jpg|Pantanal intro cinematic
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File:Natural Wonder Pantanal closeup (Civ6).jpg|The Pantanal up close
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</gallery>
 
[[Category:Natural Wonders (Civ6)]]
 
[[Category:Natural Wonders (Civ6)]]

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"The Pantanal is the most complex intertropical alluvional plain of the planet and perhaps the least known area of the world."

- Aziz Ab'Saber

The Pantanal is a Natural Wonder in Civilization VI.

Description

Four tile natural wonder. It appears as Marsh and provides +2 Civ6Food Food and +2 Civ6Culture Culture.

Historical Context

The Pantanal is considered the world’s largest tropical wetlands, spreading out to as much as 195 thousand square kilometers (about 75 thousand square miles) of water, bog, quagmire, and muck. It is, of course, home to an extremely diverse bio-system of flora and fauna, including some 1000 species of birds and 480 species of reptiles. For centuries, the native Bororo lived happily among these, but by the end of the 1800s they had pretty well been annihilated by disease and Brazilian explorers, slave traders, prospectors, and settlers. Now several Brazilian cities are located within the Pantanal.

Gallery

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