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PENINSULA
Land surrounded by water on three sides.
RIVER
Large natural stream of water
LAKE
An inland body of water
BAY
A small area of ocean partly surrounded by land
GULF
A large area of ocean partly surrounded by land
PANHANDLE
Long thin northwestern strip of Florida
INLET
A stream or bay leading inland, as from the ocean
COAST
Land next to the sea
SWAMP
A lowland region saturated with water
EVERGLADES
Swamp area of southern Florida
BARRIER ISLAND
Long, narrow strips of land along the coast that are several miles long
HAMMOCK
Islands of trees, often standing high above the surrounding scrub. Holes in the limestone beneath them allow them to reach underground water.
SPRING
a source of underground water
KEYS
Fossilized remains of an ancient coral reef built on a limestone base. 3000 islands make up this 150 mile chain.
LAGOON
Shallow body of water, especially one separated from a sea by sandbars or coral reefs.
PENINSULA
Land surrounded by water on three sides.
RIVER
Large natural stream of water
LAKE
An inland body of water
BAY
A small area of ocean partly surrounded by land
GULF
A large area of ocean partly surrounded by land
PANHANDLE
Long thin northwestern strip of Florida
INLET
A stream or bay leading inland, as from the ocean
COAST
Land next to the sea
SWAMP
A lowland region saturated with water
EVERGLADES
Swamp area of southern Florida
BARRIER ISLAND
Long, narrow strips of land along the coast that are several miles long
HAMMOCK
Islands of trees, often standing high above the surrounding scrub. Holes in the limestone beneath them allow them to reach underground water.
SPRING
a source of underground water
KEYS
Fossilized remains of an ancient coral reef built on a limestone base. 3000 islands make up this 150 mile chain.
LAGOON
Shallow body of water, especially one separated from a sea by sandbars or coral reefs.