Florida National Parks

Florida National Parks

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Everglades National Park, FL: Alligator
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Everglades National Park, FL: Boating in the Gulf of Mexico
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Biscayne National Park, FL: Sunset on Biscayne Bay
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Everglades NP, FL: Osprey
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Biscayne National Park, FL: Boating Biscayne Bay
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Biscayne National Park, FL
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Everglades National Park, FL: Dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico
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Everglades National Park, FL: Dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico
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Biscayne National Park, FL: Boca Chita Key in Biscayne Bay
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Everglades National Park, FL: Air plants attach themselves to trees
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Biscayne National Park, FL: Land crab
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Biscayne National Park, FL: Jr. Ranger’s
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Everglades National Park, FL: Lubber Grasshopper
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Biscayne National Park, FL
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Biscayne National Park, FL: Our cute little turtle!
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Everglades National Park, FL: Alligator
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Everglades National Park, FL: three baby alligators
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Everglades National Park, FL: Manatee
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Everglads National Park, FL: Airboat ride
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Everglades National Park, FL
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Everglades National Park, FL: Lizard
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Everglades National Park, FL: Gulf of Mexico
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Everglades National Park, FL
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Everglades National Park, FL: Mangrove Tree
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Everglades National Park, FL: Manchineel Tree. This tree is extremely toxic and is one of the most poisonous trees in the world. If eaten, one may experience burning and swelling of the mouth and throat, nausea, diarrhea, severe stomach pain, and will be unable to swallow, talk, or breathe. Skin contact can cause blistering, burns, swelling, and inflammation.
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Biscayne National Park, FL
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Everglades NP, FL: biking with alligators
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Everglades NP, FL: Slogging inside a cypress mound
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Everglades NP, FL: Slogging inside a cypress mound

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