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In the Everglades, there is said to be $200,000 in gold coins hidden between Alligator Alley and State Road 41; it was hidden by a Confederate Army paymaster during the Civil War. Looking to find some treasure for yourself? And for the more dedicated treasure hunter, you can always purchase a metal detector.
9 The Everglades is a great place to hide things – especially evidence. That evidence is usually a body. Hundreds of corpses have been found among the grasses and muck of the Everglades. There have been 175 unsolved cases in the Everglades since 1965, according to Mysterious Universe.
: a swampy grassland especially in southern Florida usually containing saw grass and at least seasonally covered by slowly moving water —usually used in plural.
NOOSA FORESHORE – A LITTLE POCKET OF JOY This beautiful river is unlike any other, it’s safe for swimming, has sandy banks lined with grassy parks and shaded trees that make it the perfect spot for a dip!
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries currently uses shark nets and drumlines as control measures around Noosa and Peregian Beach. But the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation’s Greg Schumann believes there are better alternatives.
The NSW Government’s Shark Meshing (Bather Protection) Program includes 51 beaches between Newcastle and Wollongong. These beaches are netted by contractors using specially designed meshing nets to reduce the chances of shark encounters. The nets do not create a total barrier between swimmers and sharks.
RAINBOW Beach is fast becoming the state’s shark hotspot with 42 sharks hauled in by Queensland Fisheries since July last year. RAINBOW Beach is fast becoming the state’s shark hotspot with 42 sharks hauled in by Queensland Fisheries contractors from Rainbow Beach nets and drum lines since July last year.
Why do we need to protect sharks? Sharks play a crucial role in healthy ocean ecosystems because they are a top predator—they keep prey species populations at a healthy level and prevent algae overgrowth that advances the decline of coral reefs.