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Brevard County: Live like a turtle
BREVARD -- Ever wonder what it's like to be a sea turtle? Brevard County Parks and Recreation wants to help you find out. On Saturday, Jan. 26, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., participants can don a turtle shell and prepare to lay some eggs at the Brevard County-sponsored "It's Tough to ......
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Indian River County: Volunteers, donors, help animal shelter assist more critters
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- As the directors of the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County look back on 2012, one thing they all agree on is the generosity of their donors and volunteers have helped them stay afloat in troubling financial times. Recently, some of those volunteers came back to ......
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Martin County: New turtle pavilion, exhibits to open at coastal center
STUART -- Four sea turtles at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center escaped the dangerous chill of this winter's cold front, thanks to a new pool with ideal water temperatures. The green sea turtles typically live in the center's 750,000-gallon lagoon, which is filled with sea water. But the dip in temperature......
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St. Lucie County: Area robotic teams compete
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Children of all ages know how fun it is to build with LEGO blocks. But on Dec. 8, hundreds of students from all grade levels came together to show how much fun it was to build robots with them. The Speed, Power and Maneuverability Robotics LEGO Tournament, held at South Fork High School ......
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Volusia County: FWC proposes solution to thwart messy bears
Members of the DeBary City Council looked a little perplexed at the Dec. 5 meeting when a man approached them, dragging a large garbage can behind him. Mike Orlando is the assistant bear program coordinator for FWC. Lately he's been talking a lot of trash with city and county officials around Central Florida. Mainly what residents......
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