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Dry Tortugas National Park

A cluster of 7 islands 70 miles west from Key West which are known for their famous bird and fun interesting activities.
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Ethan Jones

on 20 May 2011

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Transcript of Dry Tortugas National Park

The Dry Tortugas National Park The Dry Tortugas is about 70 miles west of Key West. Its located exactly at
24 degrees N and 55 degrees W. The major features of this region include flat land, islands with surrounding ocean and clear gorgeous water. The Dry Tortugas are located in the southeast region, this will help people get a feel for the area. Location Region In the Dry Tortugas there are beautiful beaches, amazing islands all surrounded by
ocean, and the water is georgous and clear. Some animals found in the Dry Tortugas
would be angelfish, yellow small mouth fish, schoolfish, and even nursesharks. Also
there are many seabeds which fish hide in from predators. The Dry Tortugas is a
subtropical climate in which temperatures from the mid 50s to the mid 80s. Climate/Placev In order to get to the Dry Tortugas you'll first need to drive to Key West then once you get there you will have to take a water taxi to which every island you would like to go to. In fact there are things that get exported from the Dry Tortugas like fish, sharks, and seafood. In the park you can also get scuba certified. Movement Some people actually live in the Dry Tortugas and they adapt and modify to
the island life and some jobs are avaible like park rangers, which are people who preserve the park like for example Fort Jefferson is a fort in
the Dry Tortugas, so that people don't break park rules like littering fishing in certain areas. ` Fort Jefferson is also located around the dry tortugas which is a famous historical fort. Human-Environmental
Interaction Fort Jefferson was Florida's largest coastal
fort which was once used to protect the Gulf of
Mexico's shipping lanes and as a military during the Civil War.
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