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The Cape Florida Lighthouse has survived hurricanes and Indian attacks in its history in the Florida Keys. Learn about the Cape Florida Lighthouse.
The flesh-eating screwworm has been found in the Florida Keys. Learn more about screwworms and Key deer in this HowStuffWorks Now article.
OK, so maybe the headline is a bit sensational. But Florida is having quite a python problem. A 14-footer was found in a storm drain yesterday in Bradenton, FL and a toddler was killed by a python north of Orlando in early July.
What scares the bejesus out of you? Your in-laws? Freakishly big bugs? What about snakes? Because if it's this last one, then stop reading, or for goodness sake, don't move to South Florida. The sunny home of Gloria Estefan ("C'mon baby, do the conga!) is also home to tens of thousands of Burmese pythons, according to a newly released report from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Herpetologists have found three Nile crocodiles living a long way from home. Could they join the ranks of Florida's many invasive species?
During World War II, Nazis invaded the United States with saboteurs bent on fomenting chaos. Three times.
Red yide is a term for an algal bloom in the ocean. HowStuffWorks checks out the phenomenon.
What does super slow-motion lightning look like? Learn more about slo-mo lightning in this HowStuffWorks Now article.
Out of all the states in the Union, it seems like Florida is home to the craziest shenanigans. Every few days another story about a weird, madcap crime in the Sunshine state makes the circuit in mass media, and it’s created a nationwide stereotype about the state and its residents. But how did we get here? Is there any truth to the bizarre stereotype?
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