The group of thirty cascades, about 80 meters high, can also be admired from "across the border", on the Brazilian side, home of the Foz do Iguazú National Park and Argentinean side, home of the Iguazu National Park. Both Parks, together, cover a territory of more than 600,000 protected hectares. Powerful Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat), is the main waterfall in Iguazu Falls. Be ready to spot toucans, lizards and monkeys, besides the funny coati (a raccoon relative), always prepared to steal food from distracted tourists.
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