The state of Florida has much to offer in the way of sunshine, hospitality, and tourism, but it may be the most dangerous state to live in of them all.
Between the oceans and the swamps, the state of Florida has some of the most diverse and dangerous wildlife in the nation.
Within one minute you will realize that living here might be the most exciting and beautiful experience of your life, and also the deadliest that you can imagine.
Some states have bears and wildcats. Florida? Yep.
Some states have poisonous spiders and snakes. Florida? Yep.
Only a few have alligators, deadly fish, or scorpions. Florida? Yep, yep, yep.
Is Florida the most dangerous state to live in? Well here’s a quick review:
- Stingrays, scorpionfish, lionfish
- Copperheads, coral snakes, water moccasins, rattlesnakes, and 18-foot long Burmese pythons
- Four species of black widow spiders, the brown recluse, and tarantulas
- Bees, wasps, giant hornets, and scorpions
- Eight different stinging caterpillars
- Black bears
- Wild boars
On the bright side, the sunshine state offers up some of the best fresh and saltwater fishing in the land, and some of the best hunting there is.
Spend some time researching a good guide service and you won’t regret coming to the state of Florida for some great outdoor recreation.
Just keep your eyes peeled, ya’ll.
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