game fish status, meaning they can’t be
sold. Species include flounders, groupers,
grunts, jacks, tunas, mullets, snappers,
snook, redfish, swordfish, shrimp, crabs,
and many more. In addition, there are also
several shark species in our waters, including
hammerhead and nurse sharks, but you’re
more likely to find shark teeth on the beach
then encounter one in the water. Again,
www.myfwc.com is your go-to place for
the most up-to-date information on fish
regulations and fishing calendars.
The most common species of dolphin
living in Florida waters is the bottlenose
dolphin. These playful marine mammals
can grow long and live
into their consists of
fish and some invertebrates. They are
intelligent animals that have a wide range of
vocalizations and cooperate well together.
If you go boating, they may just follow you,
playing in the wake behind your aquatic
It is not
dolphins to play
in a boat’s wake.
vehicle. If you don’t want to rely on luck,
many tours in the area specialize in spotting
FLORIDA A WILDLIFE
It seems like everyone who visits Florida
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wants to see an alligator. You are most likely
to see them sunning on the banks of a canal
or possibly on a golf course, or you might
just see the top of a gator’s head skimming
the water. Whatever you do, don’t get close
and keep your pets away from any area
frequented by alligators.
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