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The Canaveral National Seashore is a habitat for 14 different species of federally-listed threatened or endangered animals; it is the second largest number in the entire National Park Service. These species include Loggerhead, Leather back and Green sea turtles, the Eastern indigo snake, Bald eagles, the Florida scrub jay, the West Indian Manatee and the Right whale. Turtle watching during June and July is a popular thing to do along the Seashore. Turtle watching consists of going to the beach and to watch as the sea turtles come up, nest and lay their eggs, this gives visitors a chance to learn about sea turtles and their conservation. Alligators are also residents in the park especially along the Mosquito Lagoon.

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