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Introduction n Reptiles 22 n Life in the Sea Life in the Sea he rich sea life in and around the Keys and Everglades is one of the prime attractions of the region. Since the area is still relatively undeveloped and hard to access, much of the marine environment is in good shape, meaning there is a lot to see. Coral reefs are well known to be teeming with colorful creatures. The flats of Florida Bay and mangrove islands of the Everglades are breeding and nursery grounds for hundreds of marine species, from shrimp to blue marlin.
Just before serving, squeeze the last lime and drizzle the reserved marinade over the entire dish. Garnish with a few sprigs of cilantro. Manatees n 25 Manatees, or sea cows, are very like cows: in size, in eating habits and in their docile nature. Most people would call them ugly. They float about serenely consuming literally tons of vegetation every day. Manatees inhabit shallow coastal areas and, although endangered, they are not all that hard to spot. I’ve seen them near the marina in Flamingo and in the bay in back of Key Largo.
15. MEL FISHER MARITIME HERITAGE SOCIETY AND MUSEUM, 200 Greene Street, % 305-294-2633, in Key West is the best museum in the area. A visit here rekindles the small boy’s dream of pirates and doubloons that still lurks inside most of us. 16. LIVING THE GOOD LIFE AT PALM ISLAND. Come here to experience elegant and luxurious living. 17. PEOPLE-WATCHING IN KEY WEST. Sprinkled among the tourists, there are more strange people walking down Duval Street than almost anywhere else in the US. Find yourself a table with a view of the sidewalk at one of the fine beverage emporiums on Duval Street and prepare your mind to be boggled by the exotic lifestyles flaunted by residents and visitors alike.
Adventure Guide: Florida Keys & Everglades National Park, 4th Edition (Hunter Travel Guides) by Bruce Morris