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Tampa Museum of Science and Industry Coupons

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Home to the largest science center in the South Eastern United States, Tampa’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) combines fun and learning for people of all ages. Visiting MOSI is an experience unlike any other and far from your typical “hands off” approach associated with many museums.

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Explore the numerous exhibits and displays that make up 40,000 square feet of the Children’s Science Center. As the largest Children’s Science Center in the United States, there is never a void of activity. Covering a wide spectrum of science and health related matters, children are encouraged to design, create, build, construct, observe and play.

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Fort Myers Everglades Safari Review

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The Florida Everglades, a vast network of ecosystems, preserves, and waterways is home to numerous exotic species of wildlife. Fish, birds, and a colorful array of different flora and fauna constitute this wild and untamed section of southern Florida. The Sawgrass prairies, mangrove estuaries, cypress swamps and Savannahs are all part of what makes the Everglades unique to visit. In order not to harm these fragile ecosystems, taking an Eco-tour is the best way to experience the Everglades. The Everglades Day Safari-West Coast is a socially aware and environmentally conscious tour company. A tour of the Everglades by knowledgeable guides and naturalists will not only educate you about this lush and verdant landscape, but also provide adventure and entertainment for the entire family.

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Finding Dolphins in Florida

Published by under Key West,Orlando,Tampa

Of all the creatures in the sea, dolphins, hands down, win the popularity contest.  We are inexplicably drawn to them, we personify them, we see ourselves in them!

They appear playful, curious; they show off, display a certain joie de vivre, and even look us right in the eye – all personality traits we claim as our own!   Like us, they’re mammals, and are therefore warm-blooded, have lungs that breathe air, give birth to their young and nurse them.  Add these facts – they have large brains, live in complex societies, help one another, learn from experience.  It’s no wonder we’re intrigued.

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