Due to its varied landscape, Georgia is home to an incredible number of industries from agriculture to film and television production. The state boasts North America’s largest swamp, a congressionally protected barrier island which is home to wild horses, one of the largest single masses of exposed granite in the world, beaches, farmland, mountains, and waterfalls. Georgia is the nation’s number one producer of peanuts, pecans, peaches, and watermelon. On the other end of the spectrum, metro Atlanta has been named the tenth largest metro economy in the United States and the largest in the South. Atlanta is home to the busiest airport in the world, has exhibited strong population growth, and is perceived to have reasonable business costs, all of which have attracted several Fortune 500 companies to locate their headquarters in and around the city. The film industry has become a billion dollar industry in Georgia and it is being called “East Hollywood” by some, due in part to low production costs and tax credits offered to studios doing business Georgia.