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It took scientists in Japan more than 50 years to successfully spawn eels in captivity to help preserve the species.
Ten secluded Florida Keys State Parks throughout the 125-mile-long Florida Keys include the Keys’ most scenic wide-open spaces for social
This closure includes all state waters south of Cape Sable, which is on the Gulf side of Florida, and up
Key West’s annual celebration Fantasy Fest will be going online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Enter Dry Tortugas National Park, one of just three designated national parks in Florida — and one of the most remote
If you’ve ever hit the beaches of Key West, Bermuda or Hawaii looking for a tranquil vacation, you may have
The 12-mile distance around the island for the of Key West Paddle Classic. Competitors will be on paddleboards and self-propelled
Scuba Diving magazine named the Florida Keys among the worlds for 2020,. Florida Keys Diving.
Florida Reef Fish State and Federal regulations require all commercial fishers and recreational anglers fishing for any reef fish species
Sculpture Trail. Creativity is seemingly built into the DNA of the Florida Keys. Without even stepping inside a gallery or
Beginning Oct. 1 New United Airlines flights is to resume daily nonstop service to Key West from Chicago O’Hare and
Florida stone crab fishery provides 99% of all stone crab landings in the United States. As such, stone crabs are
Celebrate your Halloween Florida Keys Style.
National Iguana Awareness Day is observed on September 8. Iguanas are cold-blooded fascinating creatures with awful bite and an amazing
The wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri) is the largest of all mackerels and is found worldwide in tropical and subtropical coastal waters.
“Gone Coastal” column By Amanda Nalley.  I hate to admit it, but for years, our two neon-orange over-the-neck lifejackets (aka
As well as human visitors who come to the Florida Keys for rest and renewal, marine creatures in need come
Sway to the infectious rhythms of an outdoor salsa band. Savor the rush of caffeine from a shot of café
Florida Keys Divers can help preserve the Florida Keys’ native reef fish populations during the fun, socially distanced Reef Environmental
  A Key deer buck repeatedly wandered into a CVS on Big Pine until it was finally tranquilized and relocated.

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