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who is this beautiful, mysterious florida springs mermaid? this was taken at ichetucknee springs. it is a beautiful little spring with man-made cement stairs on one side and comfy lounging rocks on the other. the spring has 2 little cave outputs & you one in the video as our pretty mermaid swims by it. have you been swam here?
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florida is home to more than 700 springs, where shimmering shades of bright blue and emerald waters are perfect for taking a plunge or hopping in a kayak or canoe. from 72-degree swimming holes to a paddler’s paradise, here are the best florida springs to take the kids this summer.
Springs | Florida Department of Environmental Protection
florida is home to more large (first- and second-magnitude) springs than any other state in the nation. springs are the window into the health of our groundwater, which is the source of 90 percent of drinking water for floridians. some springs support entire ecosystems with unique plants and animals. they also flow into rivers dependent on the springs clean, fresh water.