We had a great sail up the backside of the Keys from Islamorada to Card Sound. We saw quite a bit of wildlife including Dolphins, Cormorants, Ospreys and a Rosette Spoonbill. but the most exciting was a Saltwater Croc in Jewfish Creek. This is the first one we have seen in the wild. They are an endangered species, with very few remaining in the Upper Keys. It was much bigger then the fresh water alligators we are used to seeing and had the chacteristic “buck teeth” that showed when his mouth was closed. We were not able to get the camera out quick enough but this is the area we saw him in…
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