In 2012, Ignacio Solano and the team of Paisajismo Urbano went to the tropical rainforest of Misiones (Argentina). The rainforest of Misiones, with almost a million hectares, is one of the dampest and rainiest places on earth (with an average humidity between 75 % and 100%, and an average annual rainfall over the 1,000 mm), due to the humid currents of the Atlantic Ocean.
This situation has resulted in an stunning river input that tops with one of the seven wonders of the world: the Iguazú Falls. It were these stunning falls what really attracted our attention and they were one of the reasons that motivated us to investigate the behavior of the species in the amazing and natural Vertical Gardens of Iguazú.
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