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The Sunshine State
Transcript of The Sunshine State
Florida has citrus fruit processing, electrical equipment, fertilizer, medical equipment, and fabricated metal products.
Location and Geography
Florida is located at 28.1000N, 81.6000W. Florida has a long peninsula with 3 bodies of water (oceans), and swamps.
Bodies of Water
The major bodies of water are Lake Okeechobee, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Florida was first seen by a spanish explorer named Juan Ponce de Leon. He discovered Florida on Palm Sunday, April 2, 1513. He found Florida while looking for the " Fountain of Youth", a magical water source. Florida was the 27th state in the USA and was admitted on March 3, 1845. Their state official flag was adopted in 1900. One of Florida's Indian tribes was the Seminole's.
The Sunshine State
Florida's state capital is Tallahassee. Other major cities are Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, and Orlando.
Climate, soil, trees, water, minerals, natural gas, and oil are Florida's top natural resources.
Florida has a humid subtropical and tropical climate.
Florida's most important agricultural product is oranges, next is tomatoes, and the big money maker is sugar cane.
Places of Interest
Florida's most famous places to visit are the Disney park's, Sea World, and the Everglades.
Florida's population is 19.32 million as of 2012.
Florida's important people are Ariana Grande, Pitbull, and Jason Derulo.
By: Karmen Wanchisn