Biscayne National Park
Southern Florida has an average annual temperature of 82°F, ranging from an average low of 75°F in the winter to 89°F in the summer, some people even say it is too warm and too humid. There is no snow and the biggest natural disaster threat is the risk of hurricanes.
Geological Points of Interest
Wildlife (Favored Animals in Biscayne Park)
Problems Biscayne is Facing
Semaphore Prickly-Pear Cactus
- One of the top scuba diving areas in the United States
- Boating, camping, and wildlife watching
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