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Florida, "the land of flowers," was named by Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León in 1513. And while Florida was home to the first area settled by Europeans in the North America, it was the 27th state admitted into the United States. Prior to admission, Florida (or parts of Florida) belonged to the British, French, or Spanish at some point.

While Florida's official nickname is the Sunshine State and is home to warm, temperate weather, it also experiences common, sever weather every year. Our climate is classified as tropical. Florida is home to "thunder alley" in Central Florida, where more lightning strikes occur than in any other state. Monsoon season is responsible for Florida having one of the highest average annual rainfall rates of any state. And Hurricane season makes Florida the leader in tornadoes per area; however, Florida's hurricanes are not usually as intense as those seen in the Midwest.

About half of Florida's land mass is covered in forests and is home to a wide variety of wildlife. From native animals like manatees and dolphins to alligators and panthers, Florida is also home to over 500 non-native animal species. Florida is also home the third largest coral barrier reef system in the world.

Florida is the 22nd largest state in the United States by land mass and the third largest state by population with 21.5 million residents. There are 67 counties and two time zones. There are also a variety of regions

Southwest Florida

Southwest Florida extends from south of Tampa, Florida to Naples, FL and the northern area of the Everglades National Park on the west coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico. Southwest Florida is home to over 150 miles of coastline.

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South Florida

South Florida includes all of the eastern area of Florida south of Central Florida on the Atlantic Coast. South Florida is home to Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, the majority of Everglades Nation Park, and the Florida Keys.

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Central Florida

Central Florida is the "waistline" of Florida covering all of Florida's central area including Orlando on the Atlantis Ocean and Tampa on the Gulf of Mexico. Central Florida is considered to be the Theme Park region of Florida, it includes the Tampa Bay region and the greater Orlando metropolitan area. It receives more than 75 million tourists each year.

North Florida

North Florida, like Central Florida, has coastlines on both the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. It is also bordered by the state of Georgia. North Florida is home to Jacksonville and Gainesville, as well as St. Augustine, the oldest, European-established, continuously-inhabited settlement in the United States. North Florida is also home to Osceola National Forest.

Northwest Florida

Northwest Florida, included by some Floridians as part of North Florida, is also referred as the Florida Panhandle. It features 100s of miles of coastline along the Gulf of Mexico as well as a northern border with the states of Alabama and Georgia. The westernmost area of the Panhandle fall in the Central time zone. The rest of Florida is the Eastern time zone.