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Key Deer

Like all newly-born white-tailed deer, the fawn in the key deer sub-species has a beautiful…
Key Deer

Tokay Gecko

Second largest among the gecko species, the foot-long aggressive Tokay gecko, with its blue…
Tokay Gecko

Periodical Cicadas

"Wait on the Lord; be of good courage, and He shall strengthen your heart; wait, I say, on the…
Periodical Cicadas

Doves

Doves are found all over the world and are normally unafraid of humans.
Doves

Frigate Birds

The magnificent frigate bird is one of nature's most aerial of all birds.
Frigate Birds

Crabs

The Dromia (or Sponge) Crab, with his ten legs, doesn't move swiftly.
Crabs

Iguanas

Speaking personally, the iguana is not our favorite creature here in these sub-tropical Keys.…
Iguanas

Australian Platypus

With some features of a duck, a beaver, and an otter, the platypus is a mammal without nipples…
Australian Platypus

Opossum

At home one morning the barking would not stop.
Opossum

Manatees

"A mechanical creature, the manatee, at A KEY Encounter, waves very slowly as people pass by.…
Manatees

Loggerhead Turtle

Research shows that Florida beaches account for a third of the world population of loggerhead…
Loggerhead Turtle

Toucans

"Excuse me, excuse me!"
Toucans

Peacocks

When a male peacock fans its tail so the highly elongated covering tail feathers actually can…
Peacocks

The Miracle of the Heavens

The initial shock of stellar majesty inspires a new appreciation for the word awesome.
The Miracle of the Heavens

Seagulls

The size of seagulls can vary from 11 to 31 inches in length, and researchers say there are…
Seagulls

Golden Plover and The Trunk Fish

The golden plover flies to the artic to mate and raise their baby birds. However, before their…
Golden Plover and The Trunk Fish

Turkey Vultures

The turkey vulture, who has some of the most amazing mechanisms to be found in a bird, was…
Turkey Vultures

Chameleons

“Your hands have made me and fashioned me.” Psalm 119:73
Chameleons

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