There's more to Florida than beautiful beaches and theme parks. There's a beautiful, crazy and sometimes scary wild side to what lurks in the thick palmetto bushes, prowls deep in the wetlands or swims under the crashing waves.
Is that lizard eating a doughnut?
Parts of Florida’s west coast has become overrun with the gentle, beautiful iguana, a lizard that will try just about anything to eat.
Saving Florida's critters
What goes in to getting baby otters ready for the wild? How about teaching them to eat crabs without getting pinched.
Proud as a what?
The Fort Pierce Peacocks are not only stunning and stunningly loud, but they’ve been known to literally stop traffic.
Was that a flying roach?
Florida’s climate is the perfect environment for some scary-looking bugs.
Invasion of the crabs
The annual migration of land crabs can sometimes wreak havoc on roads, in yards, and on your car’s tires.
Not in my house!
Florida is home to many species of snakes, including the rattling, venomous kind.