The inner workings of the Everglades, both its manmade and natural systems, are infinitely interrelated, inherently complex and often invisible. That's why animations are a vital component to understanding key concepts. These four animations show the Everglades in action. Watch a hurricane moving the phosphorus piled up on the bottom of Lake Okeechobee; see the Kissimmee River being channelized, and then backfilled. Get a water drop's perspective as it enters a manmade wetland that gobbles noxious elements; and view a timeline of natural and cultural events that shaped the unique ecosystem known as the Florida Everglades.