<p><br> The Loggerhead lighthouse, originally built in 1858, overlooks the waters around Loggerhead Key in Florida. Dry Tortugas National Park is home to approximately 30 different coral species, providing a vibrant home to the seemingly limitless numbers of fish.</p>

Loggerhead Key


The Loggerhead lighthouse, originally built in 1858, overlooks the waters around Loggerhead Key in Florida. Dry Tortugas National Park is home to approximately 30 different coral species, providing a vibrant home to the seemingly limitless numbers of fish.

Photograph by Carlton Ward Jr

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