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Recharging in the Florida Springs

Florida has 33 first-magnitude springs, including such well-known swimming holes as Rainbow, Weeki Wachee and Wakulla Springs. There are between 100 and 200 second-magnitude springs statewide, discharging anywhere from 6.5 million to 64 million gallons of water per day.

Florida’s springs provide immeasurable natural, recreational and economical benefits for residents and visitors. Geologists estimate that there are more than 900 springs in Florida, possibly the largest concentration of freshwater springs on Earth. The state of Florida has made it a priority to protect Florida’s springs

The Florida springs are incredible and so beautiful. It is a refreshing way to spend your summer vacation. There are so many beautiful natural spring in Florida that it is difficult to name my favorite.

I love to visit these natural wonders with my friends and family. These images are from Juniper Springs which is within 10 miles of Silver Springs. Recently, Silver Springs has been in the news. They had to shut down the park due to the wild monkeys getting our of hand


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