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  1. 1-100 q • There is so much of this natural resource in Florida that it produces ¾’s of the nation’s fertilizer

  2. 1-100 a • Phosphate

  3. 2-100 q • An area where the fresh water of a river mixes with the salt water of an ocean

  4. 2-100 a • Estuary

  5. 3-100 q • The level of the surface of the ocean

  6. 3-100 a • Sea level

  7. 4-100 q • The 3 kinds of natural regions in Florida

  8. 4-100 a • Lowlands, Highlands, Wetlands

  9. 5-100 q • An area of low, wet land with trees

  10. 5-100 a • Swamp

  11. 6-100 q • Florida’s state tree

  12. 6-100 a • Sabal Palm

  13. 1-200 q • Florida’s most important crop

  14. 1-200 a • Oranges

  15. 2-200 q • The longest river in Florida

  16. 2-200 a • St. Johns river

  17. 3-200 q • A flat grassland with scattered trees

  18. 3-200 a • Savanna

  19. 4-200 q • The type of rock that makes up Florida

  20. 4-200 a • Limestone

  21. 5-200 q • A lowland with wet soil and tall grasses

  22. 5-200 a • Marsh

  23. 6-200 q • Florida’s state bird

  24. 6-200 a • Mockingbird

  25. 1-300 q • The area known for its horse farms

  26. 1-300 a • The area near Ocala

  27. 2-300 q • An important water route along the Atlantic coast

  28. 2-300 a • Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway

  29. 3-300 q • A low, narrow island near the coast of a mainland

  30. 3-300 a • Barrier Island

  31. 4-300 q • The part of the ocean that slopes downward and away from the coast

  32. 4-300 a • Continental shelf

  33. 5-300 q • The large wetland where Florida meets Georgia

  34. 5-300 a • Okefenokee Swamp

  35. 6-300 q • Florida’s state flower

  36. 6-300 a • Orange Blossom

  37. 1-400 q • Florida is #1 in the country for the growth of this crop

  38. 1-400 a • Sugarcane

  39. 2-400 q • A body of ocean water or seawater that is partly enclosed by land

  40. 2-400 a • Bay

  41. 3-400 q • Tiny islands formed from the roots of these trees

  42. 3-400 a • Mangrove islands

  43. 4-400 q • An area of low land that lies along an ocean

  44. 4-400 a • Coastal plain

  45. 5-400 q • In southern Florida, this swamp lies near the Gulf coast and is named for the types of trees that grow there

  46. 5-400 a • Big Cypress Swamp

  47. 6-400 q • Florida’s nickname

  48. 6-400 a • The Sunshine State

  49. 1-500 q • Florida is second only to California in the business of growing these