Travel Guide to Florida - - WELCOME TO FLORIDA -

Amer­i­can al­li­ga­tors and croc­o­diles are found in the state’s 67 counties. Wher­ever you see a body of wa­ter—even a large pud­dle that has formed on the side of a high­way—you should as­sume a rep­tile is in it. Do not feed al­li­ga­tors: It’s dan­ger­ous and il­le­gal. Never swim in a canal or wade in an un­known body of fresh or brack­ish wa­ter, es­pe­cially at dawn or dusk, which are their feed­ing times. And keep small chil­dren and pets away from fresh or brack­ish wa­ter shore­lines at all times.

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