From the northern latitudes of Alaska and Canada thousands of miles south to the tip of Tierra del Fuego, the Americas offer diverse wildlife-viewing.  North and South America evolved their fauna and flora independently until the land bridge that is now Panama joined the two continents some three million years ago.  This separate evolution meant that species from the north, including camelids, dispersed south, while southern species, like opossums, moved north.

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