Dry Tortugas National Park
Hoping to raise the nation's -- and politicians' -- awareness of the rich resources in the Gulf of Mexico, two environmental groups Wednesday released a list of 15 state and federal properties that could be fouled by oil from the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Tar balls that came ashore at Dry Tortugas National Park are not from the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
There are crocodiles, including some genuinely huge ones, living in South Florida. Not everyone is happy about it, but these fascinating creatures have made a dramatic comeback from near extinction.
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Second Round of National Park Service "Centennial Projects" Produces $27 Million Worth of Improvements
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