In this 1997 photo, Shark River empties into the Gulf of Mexico at Ponce De Leon Bay in Everglades National Park.
In this 1997 photo, Shark River empties into the Gulf of Mexico at Ponce De Leon Bay in Everglades National Park. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
In this 1997 photo, Shark River empties into the Gulf of Mexico at Ponce De Leon Bay in Everglades National Park. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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