Saturday, June 11, 2011

Miami, Florida

What Florida City Am I In?

Eastern Garden Aquarium
On U.S. Highway #1
Five Miles from South Miami
The world's largest display of tropical fish on exhibition in a modern building 250 feet long.  Gorgeous tropicals from the jungle streams of the world are shown in "underwater landscaped gardens," tanks of rare beauty.  See thousands of baby fish emerging from eggs; mated pairs caring for their young.  A sight worth coming miles to see.

Cassowary at Crandon Park Zoo
Tropical wonderland is Crandon Park Zoo on Key Biscayne, Florida, only a few minutes drive from downtown Miami across Biscayne Bay.  Close to one million visitors annually enjoy this modern zoological garden operated by Metro Dade County Park & Recreation Department.  It has 800 specimens, a novel children's zoo and is open 365 days of the year.

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