Is climate change killing Pantanal, the world's largest tropical wetlands?

More than 70,000 square kilometres of marsh and forest land have burnt in the Pantanal in the last three years. This equals about 4 million football fields.

The Pantanal Wetlands are located in the heart of South America and are the world’s largest tropical wetlands. Home to a wealth of biodiversity, they stretch from Brazil into Paraguay and Bolivia.