Nature and wildlife

Nature and wildlife

Florida is a paradise for various animal and plant species. Native animals in local waters are e.g. alligators, crocodiles, manatees, dolphins or pilot whales. Ashore you can find otters, raccoons, skunks, deer, foxes, armadillos and many more. In the sky you can watch flamingos, pelicans, bald eagles, ospreys or cranes.


In Florida you’ll find 300 different soil types, the most common ones are loamy soil and peat soil. That is why it is one of the most fertile areas in the USA.
Florida is also home to more than 200 tree species and 3500 plant species. The most important ones are: cypresses, palms, mangroves, pines and oak trees. You’ll find maple trees and magnolias in the North of Florida. Because of the soil’s fertility, Florida is the second largest vegetable producer after California. Citrus fruits grown in Florida make up 3/4 of the composite demand of the US.


"The Sunshine State" is of all US states least likely to get hit by earthquakes since it isn’t near a tectonic plate.

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